Hand me that sun-dried tomato

The Australian, 15 October 2010

In many ways, working out how to avoid buggering up the Murray Darling is a microcosm of the climate change debate, from which we can safely conclude that the Murray Darling is most likely buggered.

The diabolical challenge in this instance is to stop taking more water out of the river than is actually in the river, which you’d think would be straightforward if it wasn’t for the perfectly reasonable Not In My Bottom Paddockism of the people who will actually be required to take less water out of the river.

Julia has attempted to put off the angry mob brandishing pitchforks and flaming reports by conducting various reviews of the situation to be ignored in due course. I do wish her and the Murray Darling Basin the best of luck.

Posted in political cartoons, The Australian.

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