Get over it Iemma, and try to be a bit less incompetent when it comes to road tunnels, hospitals, schools, and then explain why, according to today’s paper, police are leaving the service faster than they can be recruited. Look, it’s not that I support the Opposition either; far from it. But this latest bit of orchestrated sleaze directed against Liberal Party candidate Greg Smith inspires nothing but loathing.
The organised attacks began within hours of Greg Smith, SC, winning pre-selection for the state election on March 24. Until then, Mr Smith, 58, had been a highly regarded law man who had risen to become the state’s deputy public prosecutor and was in charge of the NSW Department of Public Prosecutions when its director, Nicholas Cowdery, QC, was on leave.
Police Minister Carl Scully referred Mr Smith to the Independent Commission Against Corruption over allegations of corrupt conduct, and he has been taunted in Parliament by cabinet ministers and Labor MPs as a protector of an alleged child pornographer and a pedophile.
The allegations against Mr Smith are doubly vile because he is a devout Catholic, a devoted husband of 35 years, the proud father of five grown children and president of the St Thomas More Society, the fraternity of Catholic judges, barristers and solicitors…
The win-win for Coalition leader Peter Debnam coincided with a poll showing the Coalition had drawn ahead of Labor by an election-winning margin of 54 per cent to 46 per cent. Labor was spooked.
The tightly knit team in charge of organising Labor’s re-election decided to retaliate…
In this electorate we have Clover Moore, so our vote won’t make much difference, but there is no way I would vote either Labor or Liberal at the next state election. I wouldn’t vote Labor because Iemma and company have disqualified themselves over this; I wouldn’t vote Liberal because the hyenas have taken them over. Sad.