Pretext to leave was deadbeat Daryl’s only gift to Gladys

I think she wants to have a different life now with her new, high quality partner. Good luck to them.
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9 Responses to Pretext to leave was deadbeat Daryl’s only gift to Gladys

  1. rosie says:

    Good for Gladys.

  2. Lee says:

    Gladys should have been premier of Victoria; then she would have had virtual immunity from the law or any form of investigation.
    Or maybe not; as a Liberal premier different standards would quite possibly be applied to her.
    Not that I have any opinion one way or another about alleged wrongdoing by her.

  3. C.L. says:

    Personally, I think she wants out to have a life with Moses but that wasn’t possible during covid. The ICAC referral simply allows here to have a reason to get out now.

    She has many admirable qualities and I found myself liking her before the weird hostility to Christian churches and the ready embrace of nazi police statism.

    I wish her luck and I’m glad that now she can’t be even more ruined by politics.

  4. Entropy says:

    Just as long as another “moderate” aka dripping wet Photios creature replaces her.

  5. Entropy says:

    Doesn’t replace her. Oops

  6. jupes says:

    A typical 21st century Liberal, who encouraged the Green madness before being panicked into revealing her totalitarian instincts when Chicom pox ‘cases’ started to spread.

    Good riddance to the useless bint.

  7. Chris M says:

    Former premier bin chicken needs minimum 15 years in clink. Evil and corrupt hag.

  8. a reader says:

    If Perrottet gets it, NSW stands a chance, even with a Liberal government. IF the preferred candidates David bloody Elliot or Rob Stokes gets it, they’re screwed

  9. Tel says:

    Mental health has been one of the biggest problems, front and center, throughout this whole disastrous chapter in Australia’s history.

    Trouble is that most of our politicians don’t seek professional help … the won’t even admit they have a problem. Hopefully Gladys still has what it takes to meditate on what she has done wrong, and ask for forgiveness. It’s a tough road but an early retirement would be a great place to start. I wish her well, may her karma rest softly on her shoulders.

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