‘Beer summit’ idea ruled out

 

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  1. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Why are these dopes wasting their time and taxpayers money meeting this tart?

  2. mh says:

    ScoMo, Albo and Brittany are going to thrash it out behind closed doors.

  3. miltonf says:

    But she was ‘desperate’ for a career in politics. As if political power was her entitlement.

  4. Andrew says:

    Thats a good idea. Give the story fresh oxygen by meeting with her. Start up another week of media coverage. He’s not very bright is he – not at all.

  5. miltonf says:

    Andrew it’s probably what his ‘advisors’ have told him to do.

  6. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Give the story fresh oxygen by meeting with her. Start up another week of media coverage

    Wringing out every last drop of her 15 seconds of infamy.

  7. Mother Lode says:

    Great heading.

  8. Andre Lewis says:

    Can’t wait for the police report on her accusations and any action taken against the accused man involved in the Ministerial office tryst. If no case to answer what becomes of her book, claim to fame and fledgling political career with her partner/muse?

  9. Roger says:

    Parliamentary standards are set by the Speaker of the House & the President of the Senate. It’s they she should be meeting with if her purpose is to address the culture of the palce, along with the Serjeant-at-Arms, who is responsible for security, which definitely needs going over. Still, if Morison gives her a lecture on personal responsibility it won’t be an entire waste of time.

  10. candy says:

    Scott Morrison is obviously a good caring dad and I’m sure A. Albanese is too. Perhaps they can offer some parental advice. Maybe some fatherly advice would not hurt.
    Not that this is what the meeting is about but it must cross their minds the girl is troubled and not buckling down to a job and getting on with life.

  11. H B Bear says:

    Still, if Morison gives her a lecture on personal responsibility it won’t be an entire waste of time.

    Might be a good idea to give the laying on of hands a miss.

  12. Fred says:

    I wonder if Bill Shorten will join them?

  13. mem says:

    Andrew says:
    April 30, 2021 at 9:59 am
    Thats a good idea. Give the story fresh oxygen by meeting with her. Start up another week of media coverage. He’s not very bright is he – not at all.

    Sounds like a good time to release any poor performing figures or bad news. Guaranteed diversion in the msm as they scramble for quotes and make up the usual fakery on this “very important” issue to the Australian public.

  14. Des Deskperson says:

    ‘Parliamentary standards are set by the Speaker of the House & the President of the Senate. ‘

    Depends what you mean by ‘Parliamentary Standards’.

    These officials may be responsible for standards and processes governing the conduct of Parliament, but explicit standards of personal behaviour and integrity within the APH, such as they are, have been set by politicians.

    The Statement of Standards for Ministerial staff is a political document concocted, IIRC, by the Rudd regime. Turnbull’s 2018 ‘bonking ban’ was also a political initiative.

    Like it or not, it’s the politicians who drive these things.

  15. Suburban Boy says:

    Any chance she’s going to apologise to the PM for entering a secure area within Parliament House without a legitimate reason and while drunk?

  16. twostix says:

    Not that this is what the meeting is about but it must cross their minds the girl is troubled and not buckling down to a job and getting on with life.

    Buckling down to a job is what got her, and now the government of the entire country, into this mess to start with.

    She needs to leave the fake job, get married and start a family. Now there’s a useful and enlightened thing for her to do.

  17. Major Elvis Newton says:

    Miss Higgins claims she was “raped”.

    To date no criminal charges have been filed, so there is no truth to these allegations.

    What is the point of this palaver again?

  18. miltonf says:

    Just more antics in the self obsessed canbra bubble while serious issues like energy security are ignored.

  19. PB says:

    “Might be a good idea to give the laying on of hands a miss.”

    Talking in tongues is right out then.

  20. Roger says:

    Like it or not, it’s the politicians who drive these things.

    There’s the problem.

    They’ve usurped authority that belongs to the office holders I mentioned.

    You also see this when the PM encroaches upon the role of the G-G.

    These features of our polity should not be undermined.

  21. egg_ says:

    When fearless Scummo doesn’t have CMO Brendan Murphy or the National Cabinet (a “great idea”, which he wished to prolong post COVID) he hides behind Albo.

    Scum-of-the-Earth and UniParty, indeed.

  22. egg_ says:

    Lying, mad cow disease has infected the lame brains of canbra.

  23. Jock says:

    The important question is; when will there be an arrest and charge for the alleged “rape”. Its been over 2 months. Why the delay? Can the AFP give us an estimate.

    This all started with a boozy night out, that turned into a rape allegation. two years after the event , with the advent of a politically motived new boyfriend.

    If there was a rape, surely there has been enough time for an investigation and for an arrest?

  24. egg_ says:

    Give the story fresh oxygen by meeting with her. Start up another week of media coverage

    Wringing out every last drop of her 15 seconds of infamy.

    More credence for Labor’s handbag hit squad, likely why rub-n-tug is in there covering his @rse.

  25. JohnJJJ says:

    Whatever you do fellows, keep the office door open during the meeting. Tip from the wise.

  26. Shy Ted says:

    As she’s now BH Pty Ltd I wonder how she’s going to monetise it? Charge for the meeting? Sell her version on to ACA or Das Projekt?

  27. Infidel Tiger King says:

    Higgins got Reynold’s rissoled.

    She’s okay with me. And she could be a looker if she lays of the tofu.

  28. egg_ says:

    with the advent of a politically motived new boyfriend.

    +1

    We need ScowConeTone to run a Gerry Springer like panel on National TV.

    The Great Minister’s Desk Warming Swindle Debate.

  29. brian boru says:

    I would offer her a starring role in an advertisement aimed at educating young women on the perils of getting drunk and losing control of their actions.

  30. Primer says:

    Morrison’s terror of the media approaches Abbott’s. ‘If I give you 5 years maternity leave will you like me then?
    How therapeutic it would be for Morrison to slay Their ABC by privatised subscription. The sum of all his fears scattered to the winds.

  31. egg_ says:

    Morrison’s terror of the media approaches Abbott’s.

    Recall one of Abbott’s first statements upon becoming PM that he wasn’t going to touch TheirABC?
    Why?

  32. Lee says:

    Never give your enemies any credibility by meeting with them.
    As usual, Morrison shows his almost complete lack of judgment and political savvy.

  33. cuckoo says:

    Very wise of ScoMo to bring a chaperone.

  34. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Roger says at 10:27 am:

    “… the Speaker … & the President … It’s they she should be meeting with … along with the Serjeant-at-Arms, who is responsible for security, which definitely needs going over…”

    Say what?!?!

    As I recall Roger no-one from security offered, or performed, a root on anyone.

    As was pointed out by several posters here during Marching For a Decent Bonk Week, back in March, security is acutely aware that it gate keeps a very important building infested by very self important, easily offended and ever so well connected narcissists who expect their own way “or-its-your-job-mister!”

    They see ’em in the door and make sure they don’t slip on the foyer floor tiles, ’tis all. What the kiddies do while they are there is not for security to concern itself with.

    “Still, if Morison gives her a lecture on personal responsibility it won’t be an entire waste of time.”

    A quaint notion, very old fashioned, a nice sardonic finishing note from you I say! 😁 That would, of course, open the way for Our Britney Bonce to launch action (with yet more juicy compensation) for calling her a careless scarlet wymminses, when she was in fact a serious minded advisor to a ministerette of the Queen’s court.

  35. Roger says:

    As was pointed out by several posters here during Marching For a Decent Bonk Week, back in March, security is acutely aware that it gate keeps a very important building infested by very self important, easily offended and ever so well connected narcissists who expect their own way “or-its-your-job-mister!”

    That’s another problem.

    You wouldn’t put children in charge of a school, would you?

  36. johanna says:

    It says a lot about contemporary culture that someone who unquestionably turned up ratarsed at her workplace in the middle of the night with a similarly intoxicated pal is now some sort of role model.

    In the real world, both of them would have been sacked.

    Do most Australians want their sons and daughters to behave like this?

    Since multiculturalism is all da rage, I wonder if the Mueslis, Sikhs or Chinese would regard this as worthy of imitation in their families. I’m taking a risk here, but …

  37. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Roger says at 1:19 pm:

    “As was pointed out by several posters here during Marching For a Decent Bonk Week, back in March, security is …

    That’s another problem.

    You wouldn’t put children in charge of a school, would you?”

    You are not making yourself clear Roger – the “That’s” you are raising, for example. What “That’s” would it be?

    Your second sentence is out there fluttering in the breeze all by itself, unconnected to anything I have said.

  38. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    johanna says at 1:57 pm:

    “It says a lot about contemporary culture that someone who unquestionably turned up ratarsed at her workplace in the middle of the night with a similarly intoxicated pal is now some sort of role model. …”

    An apt observation Johanna. Scott Morrison, his dopey work experience Defence Ministerette and that crybaby Attorney General are too naive to see, let alone avoid, the land mines laid in their paths. They all gave Britney / Bonce a hand up to the dais.

    He’s not an observant reader of history, Morrison. He should be aware he needs a Laurie Ferguson, Toecutter, Mick Young or Richo to stand at his shoulder and tell him when to open his gob and when to ignore the inconsequential but dangerous. Neville Wran – if anyone asked him a question he did not need to answer he would stand, look at them with his dispassionate gaze and say nothing.

  39. areff says:

    Do think Morrison is smart enough to have made sure his tape/video recorder was working?

  40. Dr Faustus says:

    The only credible advice from Britnee:

    Mothers, tell your children
    Not to dooo what I have done…

  41. Fair Shake says:

    Scomo.’ Welcome. Britzy, before we started, security have asked me to ask you, are any of these items yours ?’ Presents box full of shoes, lipstick, assorted unmentionables and shot glasses.

  42. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    It says a lot about contemporary culture that someone who unquestionably turned up ratarsed at her workplace in the middle of the night with a similarly intoxicated pal is now some sort of role model.

    Not to mention getting so ratarsed at her own drinks party in the first place, and going flat on her face..

  43. Ed Case says:

    Whatever.
    Scotty has played the situation well, Brittany hasn’t put a foot wrong, and the Labor Party hasn’t got any mileage out of it at all.
    As a matter of fact, they’ve gone backwards.
    On a Women’s Issue.
    Hopeless.

  44. Rex Anger says:

    Mothers, tell your children
    Not to dooo what I have done…

    For Canberra will steal your soul away,

    For all’s lost, you’ve never won.

  45. Nighthawk the Elder says:

    So, is she going to explain why she was in PH in the small hours and drunk? She was in Defence, so was it to work on a matter of national security? If that was the case and she was drunk, was she even fit for work?

    Or was it possibly just a case of shagger’s remorse? You know, shit talk when you’re pissed about “doin’ it” on the boss’s desk, but then starting to sober up and realising that you have seriously fucked up. But hey, throw the other guy under the bus and make me look innocent.

    Someone further up said the police report would be an interesting read.

  46. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    So, is she going to explain why she was in PH in the small hours and drunk?

    She’s already said that she was sharing a taxi(?) Uber(?) with the bloke – he said he had to swing past PH to collect some papers. She didn’t want to wait in the car, so she went up to the office with him.

  47. egg_ says:

    Labor Party hasn’t got any mileage out of it at all.

    Sure.
    Rub’n’tug was in attendance, no?

  48. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    No.

  49. Dr Faustus says:

    Political genius Morrison walks away with a third prize:

    Brittany Higgins meeting with Scott Morrison ‘difficult’

    Difficult? Faaark.
    Morrison needs to offer to meet with Mz Higgins.
    Anywhere, anytime.

  50. The Barking Toad says:

    Spot on Johanna @1:57.

    “ratarsed” – beautiful.

  51. The Barking Toad says:

    And who the fuck names a kid Brittany?

    ScoMo has lost the plot on this one – giving the puffy faced slapper oxygen.

  52. Andre Lewis says:

    The PM and Albo should not have agreed to any meeting with her while the police are still investigating her accusation. Its basically political interference in an ongoing legal matter. Turnbull was PM when it supposedly happened and said no one told him about it – I don’t believe him.
    If the police do not proceed with a charge her credibility is shot.

  53. Crossie says:

    egg_ says:
    April 30, 2021 at 11:40 am
    Morrison’s terror of the media approaches Abbott’s.

    Recall one of Abbott’s first statements upon becoming PM that he wasn’t going to touch TheirABC?
    Why?

    He made that statement during the election campaign, not once in office. What he should have done is declared it a non-core promise as John Howard used to do and he would have got away with it. Being timid about these issues once in office was his downfall.

  54. Crossie says:

    Lee says:
    April 30, 2021 at 11:42 am
    Never give your enemies any credibility by meeting with them.
    As usual, Morrison shows his almost complete lack of judgment and political savvy.

    Another timid rabbit. I don’t get these politicians who would and usually do almost anything to get into power and then cower before idiots once in office.

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