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June 18, 2024

Thus Spake Mungo #108 A good and bold promise

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3 COMMENTS

  1. One term tony is a negative prime minister and that is how he will be remembered. The conservatives should keep their pre election promises

    • So should have Labor. Maybe they would still be in the driver’s seat if they had done so. Labor has no high ground from which to preach integrity or morality in government. Their snouts are from the same gene pool as their counterparts.

  2. Appears his heart is in the right place on this one, although so has been his traveling allowance when “volunteering” in the communities, leaving aside expensive aircraft rental tabs he has also left behind. Certainly a man of contradictions. Prime Minister Credlin may put a stop to all of this, as she and her no doubt Jesuit inspired team are now reviewing all Government travel expenditure, although can assume a PM doesn’t need to claim TA, as they are on “all found” packages anyway. Interesting times we live in…

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