KRISTINA CAN NEARLY, BUT BARNABY BOLTS IN
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
A bitter Tony Windsor dug up all he could find on Barnaby’s private life, but the not so dirty dirt didn’t stick. Yes, the man who gave us Julia Gillard and didn’t have the balls to run against Barnaby this time, was content to sit at home on his social media accounts trying to destroy the character of the bloke who has always had his measure.
Barnaby is back as Deputy PM and ready to restrain his team of naughty Nats who have been causing havoc in his absence.
Joyce's four daughters, it is said, have to call their Dad’s personal assistant to speak to him, something Natalie his wife (on his right) describes as “really sad”.
The extent of the dirt on Barnaby boils down to my problem of never having spent the time that I should have spent with my daughters. It’s a tough call dividing your time between a chaotic career and a large family, and it's a nasty place for Windsor to attack.
But that's the real Windsor. Yep, the only real loser in New England this time around is Tony Windsor.
And don’t count Barnaby out, in a joint Party room meeting, to replace Turnbull. He isn’t even registering a price with the bookies because he is a Nat. Impossible, you say? Not really, the 18th Prime Minister of Australia was a Nat… and the 19th a Senator.
Alexander appears glum and sullen, even to his large numbers of supporters.
Next it's John Alexander’s turn, and the Bennelong electorate must decide between a hard-working, dour Member whose loss could unseat Turnbull and victory for an ex-NSW Labor Premier of a government that was arguably the worst and most corrupt in NSW’s history and naturally supported by Bill Shorten.
But hey, Kristina has the panache and physical appeal to pull this one off. As for me, her overbearing demeanour and screeching voice makes me reach for the remote.
There is little loyalty in today’s politics and sitting Members have unjustly suffered. So I believe the annoyingly determined Kristina can nearly pull this one off,
…and if it happens it will be a bloody shame!