Sunday, July 03, 2016

Must not tell an attractive woman that someone misses her??

Australia's most talked about political staffer Tamara Candy has labelled maverick Independent Queensland MP Bob Katter 'sexist' after he made a suggestive comment to her on social media.

Ms Candy took offence to comments made by Mr Katter on Facebook where he wrote that Ms Candy's former boss, Liberal MP George Christensen from Dawson in North Queensland, 'missed her' and would like her 'volunteering' for him once again, the Daily Telegraph reports.

The 27-year-old, who is now working as a Liberal Party campaign staffer, previously worked as a policy adviser for Mr Christensen.

'Bob Katter excuse me, that is extremely sexist,' was Ms Candy's Facebook response.

She later told the Daily Telegraph that Mr Katter's Facebook post was 'very grubby' and that it clearly sent 'a strong message about how Katter views women in the workforce'.



Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Here soon comes their Language Police to punish those who say things consitred offensive by a handful of sniveling little twats

Anonymous said...

If she doesn't want to be offended then maybe she should dress appropriately. I find her attire provocative in a sexual way.

Anonymous said...

Her opinion on Katter coming from a woman who portrays herself as a sex object.

Anonymous said...

It says a great deal of her opinion of herself that being "missed" is sexual in nature, not for any talent she may possess.