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Mr Cox gives a stuff
Mark16.02.10 7:09 pm
If Mr Cox really doesn’t give a stuff then he should be sacked right now.
It may be the case that he and his government have had this attitude for years but finally he has admitted it and should go.
We have been paying these people to do nothing for far too long.
‘Stuff’ is a lovely word.If you say it over and over it ceases to make sense.There are all kinds of ‘stuff’,many ways to stuff it up,you can buy loads of stuff,you can give your stuff away,but Jim Cox is real tight with his stuff,or he hasn’t got any to get rid of,and why?
Because he couldn’t give a stuff.Anybody with any spare stuff should send it immediately to Mr. Cox
so that he can start giving a stuff as soon as possible.I strongly suspect that Mr. Cox has been stuffless for quite some time previously.There is a lot of it about in the overpaid.It gets them that way.
Don’t forget labor’s specialty, stuff-ups.
Since when did imminent retirement affect the “couldn’t give a stuff” attitude of that lot, anyway?
Seems to me that’s been the approach for years now, other than when it involves a Gunns’ request, of course. Then the response is always immediate and complicit.
At least we have discovered with Jim Cox saying he did not ‘give a stuff’...we have finally found an honest politician in the LabLib Party.
Have a good retirement Jim.
Luckily Cox will not be the last ALP minister to go, think Sturges, big stuff in his own mind, Singh as photogenic as ever, sorry needed a bit more than that. Stuff no fluff yes.
Polley doesn’t know how to give a stuff, he’s never been asked. Kerr did give a stuff in a different sphere, unfortunately he stuffed up.
Brento Best doesn’t know what stuff is.
And so should Barty be disappointed. If any more of his ministers start speaking frankly, he’s in trouble!
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