Another example of how Labor gets given a free pass by the media, academics and special interest groups for saying things that they condemned a conservative for saying previously.
Andrew Bolt lists some reactions from this cast of usual suspects when Tony Abbott said eight years ago exactly what Labor is saying now:
But now The Sydney Morning Herald opines: "His message today might be unpalatable but that does not mean he is wrong. This is a time for a strong work ethic and cheerfulness in the face of adversity."
This woman must at least be in the running for the prize of the most egotistical and self-obsessed job snob:
Oh, and she has made a terribly important, (if largely unwatched ), documentary on the evil oil business in Ecuador.
"I just can't take the routine of getting up and doing the same thing every day." Typically, she lasts no more than seven days in a job. She is only 25 and yet has had 70 different jobs.
But great. We get to pay for her "hobby."