Laura Tingle has a fever and the only prescription is…

more government. With Anthony Albanese as the father to whom we’re desperate to flock:

The times, he said, demand “a government that steps up to its responsibilities and fulfils its most fundamental roles: to protect our people, to act as a force for good, and to change people’s lives for the better”.

“Just ‘pushing through’ this pandemic is not enough. We need to learn from it, we need to use what the last two years have taught us to build a better future.”

After a summer when many Australians may have felt government has left them to their own devices, it is a message for the times.

The next Federal election will be a choice between a Coalition saying it will reduce the interference of government in voters’ lives but doesn’t mean it and an Opposition saying it will turbocharge the interference and does mean it. Mr Albanese sees Australia as a housing commission high-rise and himself as the Huey Long manager who’ll plonk a free chicken in every pot.

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5 Responses to Laura Tingle has a fever and the only prescription is…

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Gosh if it’s been a summer where government has left us to our own devices what would a summer be like if instead government enforced sackings, required masks, required check-ins everywhere, prevented travel and meddled in everything?

    Oh wait.

    Why are journos so thick?

  2. Ed Case says:

    Just returned from Woles.
    They’re all wearing masks, but not bothering to check in, from what I saw.
    Paper products haven’t being delivered for a few days either.
    It’s been a good Government but Inflation is biting.
    It will probably be Postal Voting, so the key is to get the Scrutineers looking over the shoulders of the AEC counters other wise they’ll steal it for Albanese.

  3. Chris M says:

    Albo will giver her an oily massage & make her tingle.

  4. jupes says:

    After a summer when many Australians may have felt government has left them to their own devices, it is a message for the times.

    FMD. How do such pig-ignorant morons get such a well paying job?

  5. cuckoo says:

    Don’t blame me, I voted for Kodos!

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