Peta is off the radar. She must be hounded by cameras instead. Being Tony's mistress
must be 'soft' pun. Some of my Canberra insiders tell me she is a real tyrannical *****
Monika Lewinsky jokes aside...
If your going to burn witches be professional about get- get a Witchfinder general.
After all Jesuits did the Spanish Inquistition quite well- joke,
Masters of the paranormal they are like Van Heslings of modern day..
That way you know you've burned the right witch- don't
want to kill no innocent fair maiden. Im sure you know
what I mean in tracking down the bad guys If you get the wrong
person your prosecution looks bad and the real evildoer/s live another
Well since the mysterious Nugan Hand bank Im very careful about
Australian politics...and its banking system...
For those good witches out there im not pointed at you
just some maneavolent ones who im sure they would not mind burned.
Man there getting pretty nervous to all this scrutiny- which I thought was part of the territory.
The Abbott government has quietly introduced a hardline code of conduct for ministerial staff, banning political commentary on social media sites including Twitter and Facebook.
The ban also extends to current Coalition staff writing books and newspaper articles and staff seeking "further guidance" on the new rules are referred directly to Tony Abbott's chief of staff, Peta Credlin.
The Statement of Standards for Ministerial Staff was updated late last year and is based on the code of conduct for staff introduced by the first Rudd government back in 2007.
The two codes of conduct are identical, except for the addition of a 22nd clause in the Coalition code, which states that staff must: "Other than in the course of their professional duties, not post personal online commentary or other material or publish books or articles expressing personal views which relate to either their minister's portfolio area or the general work of the Australian government."
"The Prime Minister's chief of staff should be consulted for further guidance."
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politi...#ixzz2tNl0fkeZ