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Llewy’s Easter ...
Chris02.04.10 9:24 am8 comments
We were expecting the broken egg to reveal a desiccated Pollywaffle. Not a good yoke.
A rotten egg.
They’ll all be like that after the next Tamar Ridge.
You’re a pathetic childish lot. Why would anyone want to work with you?
Yeah, right, woody.
But as the children you ‘work’ with (or used to before the election, hahaha) would answer, “mirrors”.
David, will probably retire very comfortably on his property on the George River outside St Helens, known as ‘The Pryory’ and I hope he doesn’t continue to use biocidal and toxic chemicals on his vineyard that risk contaminating the river or adjoining land. Mr Llewellyn is quoted today in the Mercury saying the name “George River Wines” may not be a ‘good brand’ any more after the water controversy!
Chris’ cartoon (today) of ‘Llewey’s Easter’ is rather apt as Mr Llewellyn was one of the Ministers DIRECTLY responsible for the oversight of “the largest egg-associated Salmonella food poisoning outbreak in the southern hemisphere” during 2005 to 2008. [There’s also a significant worry over his incompetent Department’s handling of this long saga!] This fiasco was due to one dodgy producer (who was named) selling cracked and dirty eggs into the market place over several years and creating 9 separate public health incidents!
Another feather in David’s Ministerial retirement cap will therefore be the Minister for cracked eggs. Absolutely shameful!
Lewy thought he had all the bases covered.
Sadly, he had forgotten who was lending him his power. The divine irony was he was pushed into retirement by one of his own. His public life had become increasingly dominated by his obsessive ideas. Ideas he had become too arrogant to reveal.
With a new minister for the environment perhaps our standard of care for it will actually increase, instead of continual degradation.
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