Sunday, 26 February 2012

Slightly barbed jokes are dangerous now

It's a dangerous thing in politics, apparently, to have a sense of humour; certainly a barbed one. Kevin Rudd discovered that this morning when a pointedly witty remark at a private function was blown up as if it was some kind of vicious attack on Julia Gillard. What a load of ...
The Labor leadership aspirant was at a party with then South Australian Premier Mike Rann after a performance at the Adelaide fringe festival when he happened upon a group of the Catholic God botherers who control Labor in that state and whose factional leader Senator Don Farrell had played a major role in his being deposed.
Judge the Rudd remark as reported in the Sunday Mail for yourself:

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