Monday, 29 July 2013
|Judith Sloan posted: "You have to
laugh or cry, but Employment Minister, Brendan O'Connor and his advisers, didn't
even get it. Take this huffy letter he wrote to the Australian today: JUDITH
Sloan questions my statement that Labor has created almost a million jobs ("Job
Posted by Geoff Seidner at 10:41 am
Posted by Geoff Seidner at 9:53 am
Your email to the Hon Brendan O'Connor MP has been received.
Posted by Geoff Seidner at 9:48 am
Hello Minister O’Connor
Hello Judith Sloan
I sincerely congratulate you: over the last few years I have written many essays under the title of NOLO CONTENDER – on your favourite blog SOCIALIST DYSTOPIA. [GS]
You see Mr O’Connor – there have been literally hundreds of unanswered articles decimating your noble Party over merely the past few years in The Australian.
Yoy may find the odd article by Judith Sloan being less than kind to your best performer – Mr Albanese - unanswered as is the way you guys do things.
Your heroic decision to actually ‘plead contest’ to Judith Sloan’s article is indeed heroic in the true Yes Minister mode.
It also has a wonderful religious theme – you know not what you do, Minister: I am in too much of a hurry to take a week’s break from my blog – am confident Judith S will blow you out of the proverbial water.
You see Minister – I barely contemplated / read the tangents – and yet with almost pure ignorance – I verily write – ‘YOU WILL BE SORRY... ‘
This is what you guys have done to destroy any remaining mortally – wounded virtues in socialism – I do not need to do research – or even elemental thinking -barely needing to read your heroics...
Big time – mess – up you have created – and it is certain you will not postulate a response to the inevitable decimation of your drivel.
So Mr O’Connor – I offer you this gratuituous advice – do not expose your unruly, non – contested twirps’ to further ridicule – look how elegantly gainfully wonderful Albanese was!
BY PLAYING THE LABORED NOLO CONTENDER CARD!!
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Posted by Geoff Seidner at 9:41 am