Sacked for stating the obvious
Home paddock draws attention to Cunliffe and the ‘Michie’ case as well
David Cunliffe has stood down one of his volunteers for stating the obvious.
Labour activist Jenny Michie said:
. . .”it would be naive to imagine that there would be no resistance to a gay prime minister at this point – I think some people might have a problem with it but I certainly wouldn’t”.
I don’t see what’s wrong with that? Some people would have trouble with the idea of a gay Prime Minister.
It’s even less obvious why that statement of fact should cause anyone offence when it’s put in context:
. . . Rachel Okay, Grant Robertson Jennie says that he wants to be judged on his ability, not his sexuality. How do you think the socially conservatives might view Grant Robertson you know in the year 2013?
Jennie That’s right, I think it’s not a big a deal as it used to be. You know we…
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