DUFUS DREYFUS IS AT IT AGAIN!
Libs arranging a Party fund raiser associated with the Sir Garfield Barwick Address had incredibly invited TURC Commissioner Dyson Heydon to speak at the event.
Commissioner Heydon, who would have been on the permanent list of invitees, quite properly replied that if the function was in any way associated with any political Party he would have to decline. He did so.
Failed shadow Attorney General, Mark Dreyfus, in an hysterical rage, immediately leapt to the nearest microphone and demanded that Commissioner Heydon stand down and that the Commission be disbanded.
Now Dreyfus isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed, nonetheless, he is certainly a tool, and one of the many blunt ones in the Labor shed. But this outburst is beyond the pale even for a Labor Front Bencher with a reputation for stupidity.
Okay, card carrying, fundraising members of the Liberal Party I have known are mostly well-intentioned, privileged dickheads without a clue how politics works.
It is inconceivable that an invitation to speak at the function would have been sent to the sitting TURC Commissioner Heydon, but it was!
Neither Tony Abbott nor Commissioner Heydon had foreknowledge of this outrageous invitation, otherwise the Lib idiots responsible would have been told to fornicate off to the Labor Party.
But these Lib geese had incredulously included Commissioner Heydon as a speaker on the invitations along with a form for donations. WTF?
This Lib mob should have their memberships immediately rescinded.
Commissioner Heydon broke to an adjournment at the TURC hearings this morning saying: "Another problem has arisen that I need to attend to".
The Commissioner’s Office immediately put out a statement saying that, "If there was any possibility that the event could be described as a Liberal Party event he (Heydon) will be unable to give the address”. Fair enough.
Bloody hell, if the Labor Party wants to prevent the arrest of any more of its union thugs and possibly Shorten, Wilson, Gillard and Blewitt, then they will need to grasp a more substantial straw than this one.
Hmmmm, so where is Shorten on this best of all beat ups?
Funny, but Sir Garfield Barwick was the eminent beak who advised PM Malcolm Fraser and John Kerr that Gough Whitlam could be constitutionally sacked.