John Youdan, Ocean Shores
The revolving front door at the Lodge has spun again, and Justine’s preferred boss is once more in charge of the Canberra spin factory.
He will be impressed that she voted that, in the future, CSG become the main energy fuel instead of coal. How he will react when he learns that, in a fit of pique at being sacked from plum parliamentary jobs, she has managed to alienate all Labor supporters.
In blatant vote catching mode for months she has been chasing the Greens vote. In defiance of Labor government CSG policy she now wants Greens to believe she supports anti-CSG development and that the only thing we should dig from the ground are organic carrots.