aaaaaaaaaaRicho and Latham go at it on TV!
Poor old Richo looks like a stroke candidate. Note: sound level is low!aaaaaaaaaaaaa
So good to see Richardson getting some pushback, and from Mark Latham at that. He’s so good at dishing out the criticism of anyone and anything non-ALP or non-union, but like all of them he can’t take it in return.
As for being cleared by a royal commission – hah! Everyone knows you never hold an enquiry or royal commission without having the required answer in the bag already, and framing the terms of reference accordingly.
Latham’s far from an angel, but since he left parliament, and especially since the ALP expelled him, he’s been talking a lot of sense. Being expelled from the rats nest of the ALP would have to be some sort of a badge of honour, actually.
Remarkable how Richardson’s crooked, decadent, shonky past has been airbrushed completely out of the picture. He and Latham have both been excommunicated from the ALP, but at least the latter seems to have matured.
What a couple of old whore horses still prostituting themselves. For sure most of the dialogue was staged, planned in the Green Room. No point in watching the whole clip! It was so predictable.
That sycophantic juvenile, Murray, somehow thinks that contriving to get people to fling crap at one another is good TV. “The most fired-up show on TV” (or something) he calls it. Then there’s all his calling everyone “great man” and “mate”, and his fake laughter crap.
I watched it last night and thought it was great tv for a change. No way in the world was that staged and anyone who takes note of Latham knows that he now speaks common sense and has no time for the ALP or lefties in general especially someone as indebted to the left as is the sleeze Richo. It looked to me as if Richo was about to have a stroke a couple of times. I can’t handle Richardson and won’t normally watch him so only did because Latham was on. Great entertainment and JB I agree completely about Murray. Take in small doses only.
A couple of very good comments, both of which are well observed.
I always had some respect for Mark Latham and was disappointed when he went over the hill, as it were. Now he is back and makes an awful lot of commonsense to this commonsense starved older Australia who mourns the passing of much that was decent in this Country.
Richo is in no real position to criticise, in my opinion. Who can forget the inquiry and other stuff surrounding him and his “whatever it takes” tag?
More power to Latham’s arm and particularly his call that minor parties should get together in order to give voters a ray of hope against the BIG TWO who, being so very democratic, ignore their constituents in order to mostly feather their own nests.
Mark Latham seems like a smallpox survivor…he was infected with the virus, ran a high fever and was very ill, but now the fever has passed and he is back in the land of the living, albeit with a few small scars.
If only we could find the vaccine against the “Labor Fever” and give it to others!
Isn’t that what morning sickness is?
Macklin’s been in Labor for 20 years – and she (sorry) it shows.
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