It seems that Tony’s signed what looks suspiciously like an AWA during his interview for the job of PM. I suppose this means that if he sticks to the contract and doesn’t reintroduce Workchoices, that will show how well Workchoices would work, making not reintroducing Workchoices an excellent argument for reintroducing Workchoices. It’s all a bit confusing, but at least it’s a distraction from how annoying the words “moving”, “forward” and “together” are becoming.
Denison really needs to get a bit more organised if we ever want to get some decent swag out of a federal election. Next time somebody asks, it’s very simple, say Liberal or Green. Then we get stuff. Nobody’s going to hold you to it on the day.
It turns out that the Israeli commandos had just popped in to play a quiet game of shuffleboard, then one of the passengers looked at them funny, and, well, what happens on the cruise stays on the cruise…
It’s going to be an Olympic year for cartoonists with a federal election coming up, and hopefully Tony Abbott will last long enough as Opposition leader to contest it, because if there is a god, Tony is His gift to political cartoonists. Thanks god.
…and just some food for thought if you’re tempted to make some New Years’ resolutions.
I’m on a break for the next week, so if you’ve got something really urgent that you need to contact me about right away, you’ve probably got the wrong person.