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In defence of Sturgo
Simon de Little03.10.09 3:26 pm
An absolute cracker….nice one!!
A possible scenario taking place in Barty’s office:
Now we have Sturgo gaining the support of the motion picture industry, surely this will get him the recognition he deserves.
Please note the lack of reference, indeed no references at all to the masterful outcomes that could have been by this man?
This man’s abilities are not being recognized by the Tasmanian people, surely with the full-on support of all of our Labor Party spin-merchants somebody could have created a better public profile than he himself has been able to achieve?
From hereon in, all of the free-booting spinners and wizards on our payroll are on notice, they will have 30 days to try and create a better public face and profile than that of his own creation.
They did it for Lennon, now by hell they’ll do it for Sturgo, he is nothing without the synthetics of our spinmeisters and speech-writers, send out an immediate bulletin to each and every over-paid
public-service head and their plethora of support staff, even call on the the make-up ladies, the media department, right down to the person who opens the door for us each morning, that Sturgo, is now going to get the full force of the entire State Department resources behind him.
Now get the media captains of Tasmania to meet me here in my office on the knocker at 9-AM sharp tomorrow morning, we’ll show the man in the street that Sturgo is not without friends in Parliament or indeed this goverment, we know he is a little light on in achievemnets, so what, he’s a good bloke to have a beer with when there’s nobody all else about?
I demand you do your utmost to retain this thundering excuse for a minister, so go now and build him into a normal non-listening Labor Party minister, no matter the expense, nor the number of heads that might roll into the wicker-basket?
Somebody get John Gay on the phone for me, I am in need of his secret influences, get Robin Grey on the phone as well, these blokes are past masters at turning great disaster into advantage?
That is all, every body back to work, oops sorry, I mean back to your departmental sinecures.
Here’s another one: Bartlett confronts his spin doctors
2; Thanks for that TasObservor, I actually found it far more humorous than the first Sturgo one.
That was magnificent. When’s the full length film out??? Pleeeeaaaase?
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