Do as I say . . .   19/2/2013

Gillard shows more hide than, well, a highlands beastie, when it comes to jobs for Australians:

JULIA Gillard’s office furniture will be re-upholstered in plush Scottish leather after the hides of Australian-grown beasts failed to meet strict quality standards.
A West Melbourne company proudly announced the delivery of the custom hides yesterday as the Prime Minister pitched her new Australian jobs plan in Brisbane.

Yesterday, the PM unveiled a plan designed to keep the local manufacturing industry competitive despite the high Australian dollar and other economic pressures.

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8 Comments for 'Do as I say . . .'

    Bribie John
    19/2/2013 | 11:10 am

    Julia Gillard’s office furniture should be upholstered in prickly pear skins.

    richard republican
    19/2/2013 | 6:12 pm

    It’ll throw Troy Buswell, if he’s invited over.

    19/2/2013 | 7:14 pm

    Know that there should be no longer gasps of surprise , because this IS the most dysfunctional and hypocritical in my voting memory BUT , on the VERY day she / they are spouting about support for LOCAL Australian Industries , we learn of Scottish leather being imported for her suite of offices ……..PLEASE !!!!!are they on a parallel universe …….
    Sweet Jesus ; when will this nightmare be over ???

    19/2/2013 | 8:54 pm

    Makes you wonder why Paul Howes isn’t all over this.

    21/2/2013 | 5:59 pm

    If Australian stuff isn’t good enough for her she should not be PM. This woman’s stupidity appears to be limitless.

    21/2/2013 | 11:41 pm

    I hope she asks Tony Abbott what colour he wants.

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