Accountability, Due Diligence, Fourth Estate, Journalism, Rsponsibility, Scrutiny
Good one, but he’s peddling away this week whilst claiming travel expenses for his “charity” stunt. Errgh he makes me want to vomit! Even enduring your clip took some restraint.
Social media is going to be devastating in this election. Great vid (although I have to admit the cartoon guy running away was nowhere near as good as Abbott and Pyne on their own). Keep this up, and someone’s going to want to hire you for their campaign. 🙂
I like it.Cheers mate thanks.
It is unprofessional conduct from a politician and shows an insolent attitude towards both other journalists and the public in general. He displays a disdain for the profession to which he once belonged and a contemptuous, swaggering disregard for questions which he finds difficult to answer. He walks away because he is unable to answer the questions in any competent way. By contrast, the Prime Minister deals with the media in a polite and professional manner and attempts to answer questions respectfully and intelligently.
“Slick” Abbott on his bike from A (Adelaide or Aix) To G (Geelong or Ghent).
What will be the news ?
Is “Slick” Abbott the Robert Browning (1812 – 1889)
” I SPRANG to the stirrup, and Joris, and he;
I gallop’d, Dirck gallop’d, we gallop’d all three;
“Good speed !” cried the watch, as the gate-bolts undrew;
“Speed!” echoed the wall to us galloping through;
Behind shut the postern, the lights sank to rest, 5
And into the midnight we gallop’d abreast.”
Or is it “Horse Nonsense” by W.C. Sellar and R.J.Yeatman ?
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