Crikey’s Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane and Crikey editor Sophie Black talk about all things Labor leadership.
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I wouldn’t waste my internet charges.
You have been endlessly predicting the demise of Prime Minister Gillard since before she formed a minority government. Eventually you will be right just by dint of the fact we all have to die sometime. Maybe they will award you a Walkeley then for your perception.
We used to regularly see a Milne piece on monday mornings about her demise.
All written by someone after a few beers with colleagues at the sunday barbie who was both too lazy to research and write a story and too too self centred to have the perception to see what the nation needed to know.
I think it’s a matter of wounded pride now for the journalists that they haven’t succeeded in bringing PM Gillard low. So they’ll keep going at her until they succeed. Despicable.
Yes the media now resemble nothing more than a row of monkeys picking each others nits.
Australia has the media it deserves. Sorry.
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