NO GOALS FOR JULIA TODAY
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.
The Western Bulldogs (originally Footscray) is the team of a struggle town out west and coming from seventh position to beat the Swans is a bridge far too far. I always barrack for the underdog, but not this time, because not only have I always been a Swans fan but the Western Bulldogs is Julia Gillard’s team and she has had enough good fortune (monetarily) since Rudd and Shorten flicked her.
Slater & Gordon has been a little less fortunate (monetarily).
President of the Bulldogs is none other than Peter Gordon, previously of Slater & Gordon, who not only introduced Julia to the Bulldogs but claims it was he who sacked her from the Labor legal firm after it became clear what she and Bruce Wilson were up to.
It’s a pity it wasn’t quite that clear to the Royal Commissioner.
I will always have a soft spot for the Doggies as my left-footed Dad once played a few games in the Footscray reserves. But there are not too many who kick, lean or even dress to the Right out west of Melbourne. Anyway no Champas for Julia or Slater & Gordon tonight,
...and the Victoria Bitter might taste even a little more bitter than usual.