Scott Morrison has had two jobs this year. One was to govern the country, the second was to win an election. He has managed one, out of two. Like all marketing guys he has a short memory, and he believes that the election victory has washed away all his government's sins, and there is a … Continue reading Groundhog Day – The Usual Suspects.
So Labor lost. It was not a landslide, but it certainly ruined the party. Of course there were many reasons for the result, but they are only interesting after the central fact is acknowledged: The Conservative Party won, and Labor lost. So we need to celebrate the win for democracy, and respect the decision of … Continue reading That Was Awkward – For Labor
Do yourself a favour - change your government
No home - no hope
For Scott Morrison to even utter these words is remarkable, because he has essentially cast aside the cloak of hypocrisy, and admitted that our home-grown brand of Conservatives are entirely without compassion, and that if you are a 'loser' in the game of life you deserve what you get, because the 'fair go' is reserved … Continue reading A Fair Go For Those Who Have A Go