#MeShoe

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10 Responses to #MeShoe

  1. Davey Boy says:

    Labor wymmyn, hear them roar. Sensitive souls they are.
    (from 2:10)

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    ViTrioli could invest in a mirror. She can afford a big one on her august salary.

  3. Not Trampis says:

    My prediction has come true.
    This was never the times to talk about Kitching as there is no class nor taste in criticising someone before they are buried. Kitching’s friends knew this which is why they selectively leaked their gossip.
    Now there is a fightback and it is unedifying to say the least.
    This all should have occurred much later.
    Kitching had assets and liabilities.
    One should never talk about the liabilities before a funeral As she most certainly no Askin or Port.

  4. Boambee John says:

    This was never the times to talk about Kitching as there is no class nor taste in criticising someone before they are buried.

    Odd, I thought the criticism was of the “Mean Girls”?

    This all should have occurred much later.

    “Much later”? Defined as “After the election”?

    Non Mentis continues to try to obfuscate appalling behaviour, not just by the “Mean Girls”, but also by the Liars hierarchy.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    What is unedifying is the way Kitching was treated by the mean girls and the way the alp and the people concerned continue to act. The outing of this behaviour is not the problem, the response to it is and will continue to be while alp supporters constantly give a free pass to their own team when we have seen over and over again nothing is off limits when it comes to how they criticize those they see as their enemy.

    Albo has a far worse woman problem than Scomo now because he refuses to live the false standards he created.

  6. Not Trampis says:

    Alas those of a low intellect do not understand.
    There are always two views to understand on whether something has occurred.
    One side cannot say much because of the impending funeral and it would be unedifying in the extreme to criticise Kitching ( perhaps justly) before her funeral.
    The people leaking the gossip at present know this. Alas what is happening now is the other side is fighting back via leaks.
    Funny that I have yet to hear about a specific bullying allegation whereas it was easy to see with Julia Banks.

    Well after the funeral is the obvious answer

  7. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    One side cannot say much because of the impending funeral and it would be unedifying in the extreme to criticise Kitching ( perhaps justly) before her funeral.

    Perhaps you could favour us with your opinion of a panelist on Q&A some years ago being allowed (unchallenged by the oh-so-impartial moderator) to bleat about lacking champagne when informed of the death of Margaret Thatcher? There are also local examples, but that one remains a classic of “progressive” arrogance and hypocrisy.

    On your qualification of “perhaps justly”, can we look forward to you providing some actual evidence after the funeral, or is it just more covering up for the “Mean girls”?

  8. Lee says:

    One side cannot say much because of the impending funeral and it would be unedifying in the extreme to criticise Kitching ( perhaps justly) before her funeral.

    The only people who are criticising Kitching (and condoning the bullying) towards her are in the Labor Party, and your side of politics.

  9. Buccaneer says:

    “Those of low intellect” (a low sledge of someone who has no argument) are only satisfied with “nothing to see here” when their favourites play that game as is happening here. The mean girls leaking and victim blaming only makes them look more guilty, your defense of suggesting that the behaviour of the perpetrators justifies silencing of the victim and her supporters until a convenient time for the perpetrators to sledge her more now she can’t respond is particularly odious. Kitching’s supporters I might add are from the ALP, a clear plea for the culture to change. What kind of person lacks the humanity to see that they are so distressed by her treatment they are prepared to go public in these circumstances?

    There is only merit in respecting the dead if that happens both ways, we are all tired of seeing the alp constantly use the respect defence then pull it away when it suits.

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