Aussie minister lost his job looking for porn

An Aussie minister has lost his job after confessing that he used his government supplied computer to look for porn.

Paul McLeay was told to resign after he used a work computer to visit gambling and adult sites.
There was nothing illegal about it, but the problem is that he was doing it on a computer supplied by the Parliament.

However Australia is going through a bit of a puritan phase at the moment, and the New South Wales government has had a number of sex scandals lately.

Accroding to the Sydney Morning Herald, Premier Kristina Keneall demanded that he resign on the spot  because that was not the behaviour expected of a minister.

“I have made clear to Mr McLeay that I expect ministers to use the resources of offices appropriately,” she imperiously intoned.  We guess there will be a few more sackings as ministers return paper clips and quickly clean their hard-drives.

She then apologised to the people of NSW for her minister using his laptop inappropriately, saying she expected the highest integrity from ministers.  Nothing defines integrity better than whether or not someone looks at porn apparently.  Sticking a knife in the back of the former premier Nathan Rees after publicly declaring support for him does not count.

Keneally is blaming misbehaving MPs and had a go at them for a recent disastrous poll result. Of course it could have nothing to do with her own leadership abilities or demanding the head of a Minister on a minor offence.

There are too many examples of ill-disciplined behaviour among individual members of Parliament and it destroys people’s confidence and people’s trust that the government is focusing on their needs, Keneally said.

Still Keneally believes that the Christian god is a woman and wanted to be a feminist Catholic Priest so we can see where her moral streak is coming from, that and her belief in the impossible.

Aussie minister lost his job looking for porn

Premier wants more discipline

An Aussie ministers has lost his jobs after confessing that he used his government supplied computer to look for porn.

Paul McLeay has resigned after he used a work computer to visit gambling and adult sites.

There was nothing illegal about it, but the problem is that he was doing it on a computer supplied by the Parliament.

However Australia is going through a bit of puritan phase at the moment, and the New South Wales government has had a number of sex scandals lately.

Accroding to the Sydney Morning Herald, http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/nsw-minister-quits-for-using-adult-and-gambling-websites-20100901-14mya.html Premier Kristina Keneall demanded that he resign on the spot because that was not the behaviour he expects of a minister.

“I have made clear to Mr McLeay that I expect ministers to use the resources of office appropriately,” she imperiously intoned.

She then apologised to the people of NSW for her minister using his laptop inappropriately.

Saying she expected the highest integrity from ministers.

Keneally is blaming misbehaving MPs and blamed them for a recent disastrous poll result. Of course it could have nothing to do with her own abilities.

There are too many examples of ill-disciplined behaviour among individual members of Parliament and it destroys people’s confidence and people’s trust that the government is focusing on their needs, Ms Keneally said.