My thoughts Phil are that the longer Jacinta Price sticks …

Comment on Jacinta Price: 4 year commitment lasted 18 months by Linda Wells.

My thoughts Phil are that the longer Jacinta Price sticks around the more people will come to realise what a divisive, self-serving character she is. All talk and no action as Kimberley Hunter says. Except action of the destructive kind.

Recent Comments by Linda Wells

Jacinta Price spits dummy
Welcome to the long list of people who have been abused by said candidate in the most vicious and unbecoming of ways when we don’t agree with everything about her.
This behaviour suggests a certain instability.
If elected she wouldn’t be the only such Member of Parliament but as a nation we need better. She might say things that some people like but does not have the track record or analytical abilities to serve as an effective parliamentarian. Thanks for exposing this.


They must be joking!
Congratulations to whoever came up with the rabbit. It is a perfect accompaniment, as some correspondents have pointed out, to a building that is totally wrong. I wish that building could fall down. It will forever stand as a testament to the arrogance and distastefulness of Giles and his disgraceful mob. Hi Alice Springs.


Boardwalk now a permanent blight on the landscape
I am with Sue Fielding. Take it down. It is wrong on so many levels and right on none. It is shamefully ugly and inappropriate. It’s removal would be money well spent by the incoming government.


Youth detention Royal Commission ‘compromised’
While Nero fiddled Rome burnt. Now Turnbull is fiddling. Thanks for this article Erwin.
It looks like this Royal Commission is a token to shut us all up and keep international condemnation at bay.
Martin is an inappropriate appointment as is Giles’s involvement and the absence of Aboriginal representation or involvement. A nice little junket for the boys.


Blackfellers buggering around whitefellers, where’s the off button?
Yes Ralph, it’s not all about us. And is it really useful to talk about ‘Aboriginal people’ like they’re one thing – a conglomerate mass of blacks.
There are all sorts of Aboriginal people doing all kinds of things for all manner of reasons.
If we do have to talk about certain people (to support the point raised by Hal), can we start using more specific terms instead of lumping everyone together?


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