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February 5, 2023

Election ‘promises’ teaching kids to be better liars

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Truth, lies and election promises, which come in a variety of flavours; core, non-core, fantasy etc.

As history repeatedly shows they are mostly lies.

What does that teach our kids? The better liar you are the more you will be raised up by society?

So which of the pair of unprincipled lying bastards were you obliged to vote for this time?
Robyn Harrison, Binna Burra

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