A quick question for the Labor faithfull's. Would you chaps vote labor if Saddam was your fearless leader? I reckon you would. Anyhow who would you prefer to be our next PM. ............Beazley or Rudd? I'm confident of winning: Beazley LABOR leader Kim Beazley says he is confident he will win the leadership spill on Monday. And he said he would keep challengers Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard on the frontbench if the vote went against them. "I am the right person to lead the Australian Labor party," Mr Beazley said in Ashfield today where he is attending the launch of the Exodus Foundation Christmas appeal. "I've got the toughness and I've got the experience and all of that is required now to deal with our political opponents," Mr Beazley said. Mr Beazley called the ballot yesterday after Foreign Affairs spokesman Mr Rudd and Health spokeswoman Ms Gillard informed him of their intent to challenge for the party's leadership. In a surprise move Mr Beazley decided to open all 32 frontbench positions to a caucus vote. Most commentators have said anything other than a clear cut result either way would be disastrously destabilising for the party. But Mr Beazley said whatever the margin of victory, he foresaw only a unified future following the vote. "Whether we win by a couple of votes or 20 votes the party will move forward united from this," Mr Beazley said. Mr Beazley deflected questions over whether he would step down in the event of a loss. "I'm not even beginning to contemplate a loss, I'm confident of winning," he said. He said they would not be punished if they lost as they were key players in his team. "Kevin Rudd and Julia have been very good frontbenchers of mine," Mr Beazley said. "I intend that they continue to be and then I intend them to be ministers."