LIFE just gets better and better. With September 14 drawing closer, all the enemies of intelligence, decency and fairness are doing their utmost to lay before the incoming Abbott government highly individual case studies in their specific varieties of corruption and institutional degeneracy. Consider the gifts they are bestowing:
The ABC hires Young Mister Summers to run the Drum in place of Jonathan Green, who is promoted to Radio National despite costing the taxpayers' dear in libel suits and embarassments.
More recently, another of ABC current affairs panjandrum Bruce Belsham's lefty mates, Russell Skelton, gets chosen as the national broadcaster's "impartial" fact-checking guru, despite having made his political sympathies startling clear at Fairfax.
More recently, on the arts front, the inbred luvvies at the Australia Council are spending public monies on a poo fest. Worse, when asked to explain why the exercise is so "powerful", they decline to make any comment.
And now, via Tim Blair, the tertiary sector has come to the party by slinging job and cash at Margo Kingston -- yes, the same Margo Kingston who claimed Australia joined the crusade to liberate Iraq in order to gain access to the Yank's (sic) anti-gravity machine. The poor dear became such an embarrassment even Fairfax wanted nothing more to do with her, which is saying something.
Friends, rejoice! The left's arrogance has reached critical mass and is about to explode in its face. Even your wettest Liberals won't be able to shrug off the above demonstrations of the need for reform.
And one last thought. When questions are asked about Margo's relationship with Catherine Lumby, who appointed her to cover the election for Macquarie University, this query should be first:
Do Margo's teeth still sleep in a glass by your bed?