Quote of the week

Silvio Berlusconi is a disgraceful Prime Minister but you can’t say that he lacks confidence, as this joke proves:

Later, talking to a group of mothers who had been demonstrating against the refugee influx, Mr Berlusconi told a joke: ”During a poll, a sample of women were asked if they wanted to make love with Berlusconi. Thirty per cent said maybe. The other 70 per cent said, ‘Again?”’

For being a funny guy despite being a blight on Italy, Silvio Berlusconi gets quote of the week.


Quote of the week

Barnaby Joyce, God’s gift to newspaper editors everywhere, provides this rather funny comment on the Federal MP Tony Windsor’s presence at the press conference announcing Labor’s carbon tax plans:

"He said, ‘and please don’t construe through my presence here that I will be actually supporting any scheme’. Well, Mr Windsor, what were you doing there? Did you get lost on the way to the toilet and just stumble across the Prime Minister doing her press conference and decide to stand in on it? Please don’t tell me that we have to go through this teeth-pulling agony as you stand at the front of the political church in the big white fluffy dress saying, ‘I don’t know how I got here and I don’t know whether I shall say I do.’ "

Put as only Barnaby could…

Is it just me?

After watching the excellent Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix last night on TV, I had a nagging question.

Is it just me or does Christine Milne, deputy leader of Australia the Greens,

ourleaders (on the left hand side)

Look like Dolores Umbridge, villain in the Harry Potter series:


If only the Greens were so transparently villainous with their mad eco-Marxist policies…