Any idea what Andrew Bolt means?
I don’t think voters know quite how vindictive Turnbull is, and what depths his media team have stooped to in trying to intimidate journalists.
When I am permitted to reveal some confidences I will. I am not quite saying Turnbull is a Rudd, but I am saying that the advertising does not resemble the goods and there will be buyers’ remorse. Already many Liberal MPs are worried. The superannuation strife is just a hint of what’s to come.
I know he is shallow, mean-spirited, narcissistic and incompetent. He is a left-wing troll heading a party of what ought to be liberal conservatives. If there’s more, it is pointless to wait till the 3rd of July to let us know.
Meanwhile, we have Malcolm’s father-in-law venting steam on Tony Abbott in his new book just published. Either the author is incoherent or the writer of the article, since I really could not work out from this what he was saying. Ravings of an old man, I suppose. You work this out and get back to me:
The book also republishes a blistering letter Mr Hughes sent to his brother, the late Robert Hughes, world-renowned as an art critic and accomplished historian, when Mr Abbott became Liberal leader.
”This is a potentially catastrophic decision,” he wrote. “To elect Abbott in his place is the equivalent of putting the bull in charge of the china shop or the principal lunatic in charge of the asylum. Abbott’s behaviour in relation to the risks of global warming may be compared to the oscillations of the weather vane.”
Well, the catastrophe turned out to be that Abbott had a fantastic win at the 2013 election which allowed Malcolm to stage a coup to become the Prime Minister he could never have become on his own. If he meant anything else, I could not work it out.