The Pen is mightier than the sword, but the Pen must sometimes move the sword against corruption if the corrupt are not moved by the pen.. An idea without an implementer is useless. "The Rulers do not carry the sword in vain"Rom 13:4

Monday, February 9, 2015

Abbott was only a brownout...He survived, now Bill Shorten sinks the boot in.

With Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop still in tact, one wonders how long before the Pope gets in on the act? The Prime minister and Deputy/Foreign minister by name at least are high office holders in the "Church".... (strange coincidence on names don't you think?)   Today, during Question Time 'Saint' Bill Shorten, launched out into a tireless tirade of self justifying attack on Mr Abbott and the LNP coalition government.

There he stood.. hand on heart and foot in  mouth! Blah..blah.. blahblah... etc.. Mr Shorten, the colossus of chaos, the anti Messiah of mayhem, the manager of mobocracy,  and the street fighter who strictly follows only one rule.. kill or be killed, and obviously the man with the shortest memory on the planet.

Mr Abbott is not a 'bad' prime Minister, he is, by current reckoning.. a typical one. Promise the sun the moon and the stars....then when you disclose 'how' you intend to do it (after the election)  the electorate is so stunned like a head of beef about to be bled to death, that they wonder if the party in power has any resemblance to the party they elected.  A a quick reading of Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" would benefit all sides of our political spectrum.

"Perhaps the sentiments on these pages are not yet sufficiently fashionable to procure them general favor. A long habit of not thinking a thing as wrong,  gives the superficial appearance of being right"

"An army of principles can penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot."
You can apply those quotes however you like but you might need to think about them for a bit.
I don't have a lot of faith in either side of this absurd political pendulum of Labor and Liberal. I don't see any principle at work among them other than "do what it takes to guarantee our political future".
Another approach?

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