Far from the Madden crowd 17/5/2007
Justin “Harry” Madden was one of the least talented footballers to ever pull on a guernsey in the major league.
He was over-sized, played ugly and was effective only because he got in the way and when on the forward line could be seen from a long distance.
So, what a hide:
PLANNING Minister Justin Madden has outraged his constituents, slamming their “McMansion”-style homes as water wasters.
Mr Madden, an architect who lives in a two-storey heritage-protected home, wants more small homes on new housing estates.
He said big houses found in suburbs such as Caroline Springs and Tarneit often suffered from “housing obesity”.
Harry has always given the impression he’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer, a perception his supporters have credited him with manufacturing.
Hmmm, maybe the first impression is accurate. Caroline Springs is in his electorate.
Whatever his possession or otherwise of smarts, Harry has revealed he’s just another insufferable luvvie snob.
And like so many of his middle class socialist ilk, he’s a rolled-gold hypocrite.
Mr Madden, who recently applied to Heritage Victoria to add a family room and two bedrooms to the back of his own home, said housing obesity was defined by the size of the household relative to the house size.
Via Andrew Bolt.