Well! Well! It would seem that the Australian political drama appears set to continue, providing ample opportunity for the Graphical Manipulator to do his thing. The Rabbott, deposed, demoted, demonised and denigrated is certainly showing signs that his debasement has not discouraged his demonic demeanour and plans are afoot to make the Turnbull Prime Ministership a debauchery of dystopic proportion. Ooooh! Goody!!
The Rabbott was not the only one going quietly with Eric Abetz claiming that what with Rabbott and himself gone, along with Kevin Andrews, the tsunami of Lieberal party resignations was upon the face of the firmaments. As with his ability such premonition was, sadly for Eric, illusory!
Julie Bishop cheesed off the Labor party by inviting her boyfriend along to the UN General Assembly. He did, however, seem somewhat disinterested in the proceedings. I once remember doing a similar thing sitting through interminable ballet rehearsals in the flush of lurve! The repetition of the same music, over and over and over and over – has etched that tune firmly in my brain! I would hope that the UN sessions are somewhat more illuminating and less impressionable!
Rat was most impressed with the naivety of all and sundry who considered that the reduction of concessional tax arrangement for the rich was an achievable objective. Ha ha!!
Rat was also impressed with our new Treasurer Scotty (Stop The Boats) Morrison and his first outings in this new consultative and considerate government. Seems to gone over Scotty’s head though!
And he was not only pre-emptive in his opinions about honest conversation but also had a go at a slogan. Bit long though we thought.
However, he did manage to get back on message with another slogan which ticked all the boxes – catchy, nonsensical, and consisting of THREE WORDS ONLY! Well done Scotty!
Poor ex-Prime Winky Dill Rabbott impressed by his effusive promises not to disrupt the revitalised government, and then do his best to disrupt the revitalised government. A promise of things to come?
Our Erudite Rat felt, after much thought, considered that Madam Kiang Kai-Shek had some appropriate comments for our new Prime Minister.
Our friendly, fish-breath, seal turned up again to opine on his fixation – penguins. Very single minded our seal.
And finally, a word from our sponsor – Monsieur le Cynique!
And there you have it . . . . . . . .!
AFTERTHOUGHT: If you don’t punish politicians and their parties for lying to you, you are predetermining your treatment as a fool!
POSTSCRIPT: All characters appearing in this work are entirely, and amazingly, fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living, dead or in a zombie like state, is purely coincidental with an exceptionally high probability of being the construct of a deluded mind trying to grasp the true meaning of the political unreality of Australian politics! We can only gaze upon such greatness with wonderment!