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Chris Uhlmann Quits 730 in wake of Coalition Election Victory

September 10, 2013

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Crashing bore and notorious Liberal loverboy Chris Uhlmann is finally leaving the 730 report in what many are regarding as his “mission accomplished” moment.

Uhlmann confirmed his move to the Gutter Trash this morning, saying: ”My work here is done” in the wake of the Coalition’s election victory.

WON’T BE MISSED

Uhlmann, a former seminarian, began his career as perhaps the oldest ever cadet at The Canberra Times before working as a producer for ABC 774 host Jon Faine. He went on to become a political reporter for ABC radio and ABC News 24’s political editor. He co-hosted 7.30 in 2011 before Leigh Sales was promoted to be standalone host last year.

“I’m sure more than a few people will be glad I’m gone,” joked Uhlmann, who is regarded as a “wet rag interviewer” by political enthusiasts.

He is notorious for giving Liberal politicians an easy ride during interviews.

Tony Abbott praised Uhlmann as a “highly professional journalist.”

Paul Keating slammed him last year for not showing then-prime minister Gillard enough respect in an interview.

Uhlmann will be replaced by ABC political reporter Sabra Lane.

 

 

 

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75 Comments leave one →
  1. September 10, 2013 12:21 pm

    Thank dog he’s gone!

  2. September 10, 2013 12:39 pm

    You can say that again Reb. A piss-ant apologist and mouthpiece for the NLP

  3. Neil of Sydney permalink
    September 10, 2013 12:43 pm

    If you are right about Chris Uhlmanns allegiance it means there is no ABC presenters left who support the Coalition.

    They are now all arse lickers for the ALP.

  4. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 10, 2013 12:55 pm

    The ABC has standards to maintain. Uhlmann had to go. It is utterly preposterous for the ABC to have a presenter who is not unctuously left of centre.

    This also represents good strategic thinking by the ABC – how are the Libs going to sell off a rigidly left-wing institution. The chattering classes are not sufficiently numerous to sustain a commercial broadcaster. Without government funding the ABC would soon join Fairfax in the financial death spiral that awaits news organisations dedicated to ramming leftist cant down the throats of a sceptical citizenry while trying to get them to pay for the privilege.

  5. September 10, 2013 12:57 pm

    The rumour is he couldn’t bear reporting on LNP infighting and scandals so he left in order to make a documentary on ALP infighting and scandals.

  6. September 10, 2013 1:22 pm

    Is this the reward for being pro-Coalition? Thoroughly glad that he’s gone to somewhere where I’ll never have to listen/see him again!

  7. Ol' Sancty permalink
    September 10, 2013 3:06 pm

    “Pro Coalition”. Good grief. Do a comparison between the ABC reporting of the Abbott Chief of Staff’s drink driving charge with the former Prime Minister’s fraud investigation including warrants to search both her hime and her former workplace. Do a comparison of the ABC’s boat arrival reporting both before and post Saturday. Hint: the report of Sunday’s boat was the first made by the ABC in quite some time.

  8. September 10, 2013 4:15 pm

    Hasn’t Brandis just made Credlin’s DUI charge ‘disappear’ with a letter of reference? 😯

    How quaint.

    One standard for politicians’ butlers, one for the rest of the population. Ugly.

  9. Ol' Sancty permalink
    September 10, 2013 4:19 pm

    It’s my understanding that most with a long history of a clean driving record will be spared a conviction for low range drink driving but I’ll stand corrected as it applies to the ACT.

  10. September 10, 2013 4:36 pm

    I’m not confident that the rest of us plebs would get a letter of reference from the Attorney General, Ol Stonkers.

  11. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 10, 2013 4:41 pm

    “Hasn’t Brandis just made Credlin’s DUI charge ‘disappear’ with a letter of reference?”

    Seems like a typical outcome for low-range, no priors.

    I doubt Brandis carries any weight with the ACT magistracy. They are appointed by the ACT government.

  12. TB Queensland permalink
    September 10, 2013 4:42 pm

    Uhlmann confirmed his move to the Gutter Trash this morning…

    I fkn hope NOT!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    …but I’ll stand corrected … 🙄

  13. September 10, 2013 4:49 pm

    Apparently, there’s no point having a lower BAC limit then. 🙄

  14. TB Queensland permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:13 pm

    The plaintiff pled guilty to driving with a BAC of 0.07 … she was not fined or lost any demerit points because it was her first conviction …

    That certainly doesn’t happen in QUEENSLAND! Maybe for Noddy Newman & The Nitwit creww but not us ordianary folk …!

    Let the Born to Rule Games begin!

    Defend her all you want – she was guilty and was not punished for breaking the law … no brainer …

    And why was it delayed until after the election anyway …

  15. Walrus permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:35 pm

    “It’s my understanding that most with a long history of a clean driving record will be spared a conviction for low range drink driving”

    Same as in New South Wales.

    Here it is called a Section 10 and the charges are dismissed and no diqualification will apply if its reasonably low range with a relatively clean record.

    But you still lose points off your licence.

    It is very very common

  16. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:35 pm

    A friend was over .05 (and it wasn’t me), they went to court and received 11 demerit points – 1 short of loss of licence.

  17. Walrus permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:36 pm

    “Let the Born to Rule Games begin!”

    Rubbish

  18. Walrus permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:38 pm

    “Defend her all you want – she was guilty”

    What are you jumping up and down about ?

    She already admitted guilt and got the proceedings postponed due to obvious work commitments

  19. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:40 pm

    “Let the Born to Rule Games begin!”

    So you are saying that an ALP appointed magistrate gave Credland special treatment? Really?? Or what is your theory exactly?

  20. Walrus permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:45 pm

    “Maybe for Noddy Newman & The Nitwit creww but not us ordianary folk …!”

    Massive Fail again

    Mandatory minimum 1 month disqualification applies in Queensland no matter what the reading is.

  21. September 10, 2013 5:46 pm

    Whers he going, Has he got a Job lickling NOS’s enormous ass?… Bandis no weight with a ACT magistrate.. Ask Slipper :ROL:

  22. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 10, 2013 5:52 pm

    This is Unionland – “Born to Rule” rules have long been in effect. If you are NSW treasurer, a mate might sell you a new car at a $10k discount. Or he might rig a mining tender so you can pocket an easy $100m which should have gone to the state. Or if you are Albo and you are told McDonald shouldn’t be reindorsed you just shrug and say “It’s just realpolitik” or if you are Doogie Cameron you are shocked, just shocked, to learn of the corruption even though your daughter has worked in the Minister’s office for the last 7 years.

    Or if you are crook like Thomson you get the full support of the PM long after everyone else wants to call him to account. Or if you are the PM you phone up and get some nosy journos sacked. And even when the police say you are person of interest you can still count on the ABC not mention it.

    I hope Shorten gets the ALP leadership. He might be looking pretty damaged once the Commission into the AWU has done its work. Maybe then people will understand how Unionland works.

    Even if you are right about Credlan (and you are clearly talking through your arse on that one), the games began long ago. They are an endemic feature of Unionland.

  23. TB Queensland permalink
    September 10, 2013 6:22 pm

    Gee, aren’t we a shrill bunch for WINNERS!

    LOL!

  24. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 10, 2013 8:27 pm

    My comments were more a reaction to you grasping vainly at any straw to complain about the Libs. My advice – chill out for now, set your watch – it won’t take long for something really worth complaining about to happen. It took Howard only a short while to renege on having an independent speaker, and then after sacking a few ministers he relaxed the rules to make them harder to break, if you get my drift. Then it got much much worse.

  25. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 10, 2013 8:47 pm

    The real political entertainment will be watching the ALP get all confused about who to blame.

  26. September 10, 2013 9:23 pm

    Note to Fiberal rabbit fancying fanclub. Just because you won the election you are not A. SMARTER. B. VINDICATED C. CORRECT D. WON THE ARGUMENT.

  27. September 10, 2013 9:28 pm

    Tom when the right has a faction within the faction and a camp within the camp and the power brokers of the left are trying to hiest 200 mill with 100 mill in the bank.. And Auntie can’t even be partisan…. Blame is juggling octopus… Lol..

  28. Walrus' View from his Deathstar permalink
    September 10, 2013 10:31 pm

    “Note to Fiberal rabbit fancying fanclub. Just because you won the election you are not A. SMARTER. B. VINDICATED C. CORRECT D. WON THE ARGUMENT.”

    LOL

    Now you blame The Australian public

    The corrupt and lying ALP and our last vindictive PM were no match for the People and Abbott.

    You lot were so useless Abbott became electable.

    So suck it up Pal…….LOL

    I feel warm inside because you have a looooooooooooing time in Opposition for ME to look forward to.

  29. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 11, 2013 8:34 am

    “Note to Fiberal rabbit fancying fanclub Kevin Rudd. Just because you “won” the election you are not A. SMARTER. B. VINDICATED C. CORRECT D. WON THE ARGUMENT.”

  30. September 11, 2013 8:43 am

    Thank you for the confirmation, blame? Typical. Twisted people twist people’s words.

  31. egg permalink
    September 11, 2013 8:58 am

    I’m speechless.

  32. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 11, 2013 9:29 am

    Don’t worry egg, Kevin the Grandiose Narcissist has enough words for everyone. They are all about him and his great achievements.

    No wonder the party that so warmly embraced him just a couple of months ago now wants him to piss off and leave them alone.

  33. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 11, 2013 9:39 am

    Shorten will be a dud. The ALP will suffer return of the hacks. It’s the death spiral because the membership can’t take control without destroying the party.

    On leadership, Tanya P is about the smartest and most articulate of the lot, but she’s got the personal baggage.

    …and there aren’t many that Abbott is smarter than.

  34. September 11, 2013 12:59 pm
  35. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 11, 2013 1:27 pm

    How about a photoshop of Shorten, his eyes on the prize, drenched in blood, a knife in each hand, one labelled Rudd, the other Gillard.

  36. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 11, 2013 2:35 pm

    Hilarious! The usual crowd are blaming the disunity caused by Rudd for the defeat of the ALP.

    The last poll before Gillard knifed him had the ALP ahead – 52/48 2pp.

    The ALP lost because Gillard and the hacks knifed a popular leader, they then proved their dishonesty in government a dozen + times. Even Rudd couldn’t restore credibility, but there are over 10 ALP MPs who owe the continued career to him.

  37. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 11, 2013 3:34 pm

    “Hilarious! The usual crowd are blaming the disunity caused by Rudd for the defeat of the ALP.”

    My view is that the disunity caused by Rudd was caused by ……. Rudd. But don’t worry there was plenty of disunity to go around and Rudd wasn’t the only cause.

    There is no doubt that the ALP has provided a masterclass in political buffoonery. This should come as no surprise from the ALP – a party once populated by the cream of the working class having now been over-run by the dregs of the middle class.

    The Unionland career path for spivs and chancers starts with a law or IR degree or better still both, a period as a union organiser, maybe some time with a Labor law firm or as a political staffer before continued progress up the union hierarchy, the whole thing financed by perks and special deals. Then comes the haggle for a safe seat or senate spot. Few of these fuckers have done a day’s honest work in their lives. It has all been about factions, numbers and deals. And mouthing platitudes about Labor Values.

    Is it any wonder that the scum that float to the top of this stinking cesspit of a system are self-obsessed grubs? Getting there has all been about personal advancement, and sleazy deals – “realpolitik” as Albo said as he held his nose and ensured the corrupt McDonald was re-endorsed in a safe Labor seat.

    So it should come as no surprise that the inbred group of chancers we know as the ALP caucus are a bunch of unprincipled backstabbers. It should have been no surprise to see Rudd act like a monomanic. Nor should it be a surprise that the ruthless union bosses used that as an excuse to turf the fucker out. Nor would there be any surprise that he put his personal interests above party and undermined Gillard at every opportunity, made a fool of Simon Crean, promised never to take the party leadership again and then, in no time at all, took the party leadership again.

    So how much has the ALP learned? It parachuted Feeney into a safe seat. It moved Dastyari into the Senate and now Howes is looking to get his snout into the senatorial trough. The unions are trying to get their grub Shorten in as leader, but want to avoid the recently adopted and more democratic process for electing the parliamentary leader. Instead they are working to ensure Albo doesn’t stand against him so there is no need to consult the ordinary ALP members. So I’d say they have learned precisely nothing.

    At least Gillard has gone quietly to live in her $2m mansion. Another loyal servant of the working classes who seems to have profited very nicely from her Unionland career.

  38. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 11, 2013 3:54 pm

    Very eloquently and succinctly argued SB.

  39. September 11, 2013 4:18 pm

    “Very eloquently and succinctly argued SB.”

    I concur. It’s practically a work of art.

  40. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 11, 2013 4:18 pm

    “Hilarious! The usual crowd are blaming the disunity caused by Rudd for the defeat of the ALP.”

    Yes ToM I just had a look myself but you left out one other thing

    A compliant Media that reported on the undermining according to TomR

    But hang on ……………………….wasn’t that all “baseless speculation” at the time ?

    Remember all those “unnamed sources”…………………LOL

    Seems they now have a name……………………..”Rudd”

    What idiots they truly are.

    Thankfully destined for the Opposition benches for at least 2 terms but more likely 3 plus if there is no reform

  41. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 11, 2013 4:21 pm

    Wait until Abbott gets a Royal Commission into Unions going.

    That is the only thing that will force the ALP to either change of split if Shorten gets hold of it.

    Shorten appears to be trying to “win back” the Union matyes he annoyed so much by knifing Julia. e.g. Howes et al.

    No other explanation for his sudden enthusiasm for the LOTO position.

  42. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 11, 2013 4:51 pm

    A royal commission into unions and their administration would be fun!!

  43. Neil of Sydney permalink
    September 11, 2013 5:00 pm

    ALP supporters have a point. A divided team cannot win anything. Too bad a lot of their policies sucked which ALP supporters do not agree with.

    Has broadband improved in the last 6 years?? I would guess that we would have had better broadband if we had gone with the Coalitions policy in 2007.

    What gets me is that a large chunk of the Labor party went to the election believing that Rudd was a psychopath and only speak out after the result.

  44. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 11, 2013 5:49 pm

    “What gets me is that a large chunk of the Labor party went to the election believing that Rudd was a psychopath and only speak out after the result.”

    Like me they hoped he had changed. I don’t know what promises were made by Rudd, but those that changed their minds and supported him must have believed that he had also learned from his past mistakes.

    What annoys me most is that the ALP could have won the election. If Rudd had not imploded, if he had actually got right on message, sold the achievements, taken the heat out of the Carbon Tax debacle and focused on economic management and locking in the policy gains, he could have led the party to victory. But by the end it was clear that he had not learned from his first term. Once this sunk in with the voters the game was up.

    It may be due to the discipline of his team, but Abbott seemed to be the one learning and improving over the course of the campaign. Over the next three years we will see whether that was real or illusory. In the meantime the ALP should take this opportunity to set themselves up as a focused, functional and, importantly, a broadly based political organisation so that when Abbott screws things up they can be an effective government. That change will take a generation, but it should start now. A leadership ballot involving the members would be a good start. Albo should stand against Shorten if only to allow the new system to be tried as a sign of good faith that the powers of the factions are being curtailed.

  45. TB Queensland permalink
    September 11, 2013 9:26 pm

    Very eloquently and succinctly argued SB.

    Yep, inclined to agree … ToM … he doesn’t always talk out of his arse like you and me 🙄

  46. TB Queensland permalink
    September 11, 2013 9:37 pm

    Wait until Abbott gets a Royal Commission into Unions going.

    Of course the above assumes that Abbott & The Acolytes don’t shit in their own nest too soon … Noddy Newman & The Nitwits are outperfoming JBP;s Dictatorship … the next election he will face a LOT of poor decision baggage racked up in a year … splitting the three emergency services joint command centreand assigning the paramedics to the Health Dept is the latest amateur management decision and is not only stupid but risks lives …

    That the decision is based on a Bill Keelty report only makes it more laughable …

  47. Evil Walrus on Balcony at Palm Beach (Post Apocolypse) permalink
    September 12, 2013 8:48 am

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm……………!

    When did this blog become “theguttertrash dot com” ?

  48. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 12, 2013 9:55 am

    Great to hear Conroy on the radio this morning criticising the involvement of ALP members in leadership selection!

    What a tool. He’s jonly disappointed that the change diminishes his control.

  49. September 12, 2013 10:27 am

    Yeah Unions are evil.. they took Azaria, sell drugs to school kids and pollute the minds of aspiring western sydney capitalists. 🙄 How bout a royal commision into the tobacco or gaming industry? One right wing union with a Liberal party aspirant blows the whistle and every union in the country is corrupt? I love the shrill of Fiberal fanboys, words in mouths, lies and assumptions… Thanks all the same I can talk and think for myself.

    These numbers dont scream MANDATE to me or anyone else

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/federal-election-2013/results/party-totals/

  50. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 12, 2013 10:51 am

    Agreed Bed Pann, “mandate” is just a catch-cry to bully the opposition into getting on board with the government’s policy. The Gillard government could not credibly claim a mandate for anything so they relied on charges of “negativity” whenever Abbott opposed their measures, even on the Carbon Tax which they had a mandate NOT to introduce.

    In other Unionland corruption news rumour has it that ICAC is fast closing in on Mark Arbib.

  51. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 12, 2013 11:11 am

    Thomson is now to agree with the facts about the findings of FWA.

    When this goes to court and the facts are formally accepted, I’ll be expecting-
    1. A fulsome retraction from Wicks
    2. An apology and retraction from the likes of Miglo, TomR, Catching Up
    3. Unbanning from CW
    4. A ‘we were wrong’ thread

    ========
    Ricky, unions have run rampant on construction sites since the abolition of the ABCC. It was a major mistake of the ALP to castrate the watchdog.

    Unions also pollute the ALP with their underhand tactics. People are realising that a progressive party has no place for the behaviour they find acceptable.

  52. egg permalink
    September 12, 2013 11:19 am

    Good points ToM.

  53. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 12:09 pm

    Disastrous unemployment numbers thanks to the ALP

    http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/jobless-rate-at-fouryear-high-20130912-2tlun.html

  54. September 12, 2013 12:12 pm

    ” I’ll be expecting-”

    How’s the weather there in fantasyland, Tom?

    Can you see dirtman from where you recline? waiting for your unbanning & mea culpas which will never eventuate.

  55. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 12:53 pm

    This is the type of inner city bullshit mentality that people in the burbs are really getting fed up about. Everything in relation to infrastructure must pass the “is it Green enough test”.

    Plus when you read bullshit like this you wonder why its not obvious to the directors of Fairfax why people dont bother with its newspapers anymore

    Anyway……………….>

    “…………..As clean-energy entrepreneur and Big Switch chief executive Gavin Gilchrist told a high school group the other day:

    ”By the time you’re 30, in 2030, nobody will be driven to school. Nobody will own a big car because they just won’t be made. Nobody will be allowed to fly around Australia frivolously, polluting the upper atmosphere.”……….”

    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/comment/greiners-folly-is-the-road-to-ruin-20130911-2tkob.html#ixzz2eduwcSuV

    It’s the association between the ALP and the Greens that helped get them Saturday’s result

  56. IPA permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:04 pm

    Sad, but true.

  57. IPA permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:05 pm

    “It’s the association between the ALP and the Greens that helped get them Saturday’s result”

    Yep.

  58. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:22 pm

    “Nobody will be allowed to fly around Australia frivolously, polluting the upper atmosphere.”

    Have you not heard of anything more ridiculous this week.

    Even if just if she is right about Oil and that’s a big “If” has this idiot not heard of ethanol or other alternative liquids.

    And Fairfax wonders why they are fast sliding down the toilet and the Lefties wonder why Murdoch controls 65% or thereabouts of newspaper readership.

    Not the 65% ownership as the Leftist Liars like to continually throw up

  59. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:26 pm

    ROFLMAO

    First there was Catholic Abbott and now this.

    This is an OUTRAGE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

    “………The NSW Left’s Anthony Albanese is the son of a single mother who instilled in him three great faiths – the Catholic church, the South Sydney rugby league team and the Labor Party.

    The Victorian Right’s Bill Shorten might have been educated at the private Jesuit Xavier college …………………”

    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-opinion/labors-choice-the-faceless-favourite-bill-shorten-or-backroom-warrior-anthony-albanese-20130912-2tm1x.html#ixzz2ee4Cf3hr

  60. IPA permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:29 pm

    Elizabeth Farrelly: “Under a Coalition government, the biggest threat to civilisation is that Abbott may actually keep his promises. Admittedly, no one I know expects this.”

    Guffaw.

  61. egg permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:29 pm

    “It’s the association between the ALP and the Greens that helped get them Saturday’s result”

    A marriage of convenience with disastrous results.

  62. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:37 pm

    “Guffaw”

    Yep

    She’s off with the fairies………..

    I know she lives at Potts Point/Kings Cross somewhere ( or used to)

    In which case she’s gotta be taking some high quality acid everytime she hits the keyboard I reckon.

  63. Evil Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:40 pm

    And what’s this bit based upon…………………..

    “……….Further, although we’ve just given Abbott’s denialistas power, the same election revealed 60 per cent of Australians want stronger action on climate……….”

  64. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:45 pm

    I understand HD, but I think I’ll be inclined to remind them of their utterly dishonest crap.

    ‘*Craig is innocent
    *It’s all a media beatup
    *Think of his baby/wife
    *Wait for the FWA to complete its report the courts to decide
    *It’s all Murdoch
    *Look at that odd Liberal senator
    *You’re lying
    *Look at that FWA bloke who is on with that bitch Kathy Jackson’

    On every one of their excuses they’re proven bullsh!t artists.

  65. IPA permalink
    September 12, 2013 1:58 pm

    “On every one of their excuses they’re proven bullsh!t artists.”

    Tom R has been wrong on every issue he’s ever argued for. 😉

  66. Meta permalink
    September 12, 2013 2:03 pm

    (I must have been somewhere else for sundry earnest discussions of why lying is virtuous in politicians, how reneging on written agreements with independents is a net good, and how the rule of law is well-served by foregoing due process, even a fair trial. Such is life.)

  67. egg permalink
    September 12, 2013 3:19 pm

    ‘Abbott’s denialistas….’

    My leader.

  68. Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 3:41 pm

    “Tom R has been wrong on every issue he’s ever argued for.”

    ROFLMAO

    And every “cause”

  69. Walrus permalink
    September 12, 2013 3:44 pm

    ****************************Star Spotting**************************

    The Human Headline Derryn Hinch spotted standing on Oxford Street Woollahra an hour or so ago forlornly looking for a taxi during the much feared “2:30 Sydney Taxi Change Over” time.

    Bloody hell he’s short !

  70. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 12, 2013 3:55 pm

    Meta, naturally I think it is fine for courts to decide guilt or innocence.

    …but the public doesn’t have to wait for the outcome of prosecutions before offering an opinion about some politicians being sleazy, lying rorters who neglect to meet their commitments to make a ‘comprehensive statement’

    Rational people don’t have to wait for Thomson to be prosecuted to determine that he’s a lying sleaze.

  71. September 12, 2013 6:16 pm

    “Rational people don’t have to wait for Thomson to be prosecuted to determine that he’s a lying sleaze.”

    So true!

    I mean, where would we be if we had to wait for so-called “due course” to run its course without forming our own premature judgements and opinions?

    What kind of life is that??

  72. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    September 12, 2013 6:42 pm

    That’s right!!

    Many people consider that Howard was a deceiver, a liar, mendacious, dishonest and untrustworthy. Unfit for the job. They may even be right.

    Yet Howard didn’t even get to go to court!!!!!!!!

  73. IPA permalink
    September 12, 2013 7:05 pm

    “Yet Howard didn’t even get to go to court!!!!!!!!”

    He should have been tried for crimes against the humanities.

  74. September 12, 2013 7:13 pm

    Or crimes against cricket…

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