The Thoughts of Chairman Bill by James Falk 28/04/2012 | 11:23 3 Posted in Oz Politics From our Dear Leader of the Workplace: I support everything I haven’t heard Tuesday is the same as Monday and first week of the month is the same as second week I meant what I said, until I didn’t. It was a Slip of the tongue. If you want to look like Prime Ministerial material, don’t say anything Management equals provocation Sexual harrassment is very harmful and very serious, unless the Prime Minister says it isn’t No union leader is unethical unless their first name starts with K and last name starts with J Big money is evil – unless it is in Industry Super funds Super funds need improved governance and more union women will do the trick Related Posts Liberal Strategists Should Start Thinking Post ScoMo & Gladys The unseemly celebrations from Liberal hacks over ScoMo's recent NewsPoll's ratings weren't just tasteless, they were short-sighted. Losing the populist moment Australia lacks a single articulate, persistent fighter for change to empower the people. We just have frauds and fools. And we risk losing the populist moment. Comments Boris 29/04/2012 | 9:34 Totally agree ,he has an MBA ( master of Bugger All) he’ll get a Doctorate with jooliars help! Reply The Usual Suspect 29/04/2012 | 4:37 As much as I enjoy a joke James, (and yep, isn’t the ALP leadership a joke) â€“ people like Bill Shorten are hardly worthy of your wit and intellect. I’m just wondering if you might ever consider turning your attention to some of the local issues which touch on the liberal values we all hold so dear… the operation of the free market… the need to get “NSW moving again”… the functioning of the state… all that stuff. Like: (1) The Liberal Party’s re-nationalistion (that word!) of the inner west’s light rail. Will Gladys give it to CityRail? The Rail, Bus and Tram Union? Please explain! And: (2) This is a doozy, but I’m sure you’ll rise to the challenge, James… Belle Propertys David Wright’s plan to turn Rozelle into Dubai. We just have to support him, don’t we? Now there’s two topics worthy of a witty intelligent blog piece each, that’s for sure. Reply James Falk 30/04/2012 | 3:25 Usual Suspie, I’ve been smashing out facile pieces like this one in the early morning because I’ve been so busy of late. I haven’t kept up with my econ reading either. Working on local issues now and engaging with people involved. But you have a point on the light rail and Rozelle. Workload down, blog posts up. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Sign up to digest and feature articles This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.