Now, I'll confess I'm not a fan. Not that I dislike her, more that she doesn't really make it onto my radar, if you know what I mean. I can't stand Kyle Sandilands, so I don't really listen to her. And, in the interests of full disclosure a part of me wants to hate her for no reason other than the world's biggest case of hair envy. I WANT flippy hair like that.
Anyway, it seems someone snapped a pic of her crossing a road in Sydney (Gasp!), holding (that B!tch) her infant daughter. It gets worse. She was FEEDING her! Oh, the humanity! Won't someone think of the children? I'm going to post the offending picture here. Look away if you think it might be a bit much for you, mkay?
I know, right? It's horrific. A brand new mum crossing the road (at a pedestrian crossing no less!) with her BABY in her ARMS! It's one of the most disturbing things I've ever seen. Because honestly, if she's so brazen about this - who knows what else she might be doing to that poor child?
Maybe shopping for flowers?
Posing for photographs? Without makeup on?!?!?!?!
What's the world coming to when a new mother thinks that she can just walk around with her baby in her arms? How on earth can we tolerate feeding a hungry, crying newborn when there are perfectly good prams and nannies to be had?
Fortunately though, NSW Family Minister Pru Goward is there to set us straight. She has pointed out to the world that Jackie has endangered the life of her new daughter. I presume by walking her. In the sunshine. And feeding her. Oh wait - there's also that whole pesky going back to work thing.
Ms Howard has likened the incident to that time Michael Jackson dangled his new baby boy over the balcony of his 4th story hotel room. Because clearly, it's exactly the same. See?
According to Ms Goward: (pictured here after learning that there are some 'women' who think it's acceptable to have a life after children')
"There would be no mother, no parent probably, or even a hardened feminist, in the country who would think that was a good way of feeding a baby, particularly a little tiny baby,"
You tell 'em, Pru. Those pesky feminists. Damn them all to hell. This country has gone to hell in a handbasket because of them - and Jackie's their mascot.
So now, a (probably) exhausted, emotional new mother has been forced to tearfully defend herself publicly. Stating that her daughter was hungry, they were in a rush and so she pulled out a bottle of expressed milk to feed her.
Not good enough, Jackie. Not nearly good enough. What we (well, clearly not everybody. Not those hardened feminists) want you to do is give up your career. You have a baby now. There's no going back to work if you have a baby. Obviously no woman in this country needs to go back to work once they have a baby. They all stay home. That's what you have to do. Then you'll never have to be late for anything. You can sit at home in your mum jeans and ponytail and feed your child in an A-Mart Glider, like the rest of us.
Sigh. If only you cared more about the children. Like Ms Goward. Who is all about children's safety. Clearly.
It's so sad to see how little Jackie cares about little Kitty. Taking her out and about, forcing herself to endure her company. Shameful. So clearly resenting this new creature who has taken over her life.
So what do you think? Should we all take Jackie out back and beat the crap out of her?