Common Sense is Compromised by Cash

Accountability and transparency have already been dumped by the Albanese government. They're protecting a minister whom I think needs to go.

Common Sense is Compromised by Cash
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You would have heard the expression to "shut the gate after the horse has bolted".

It's often used to describe a pointless task but one which would have prevented a problem had it been done earlier.

We see that a lot in the realm of politics.

That's because politicians don't get credit for preventing a crisis. Truth be told, they need one to develop so they can then claim credit for 'solving' it.

A lot of times the crisis is confected for political purposes but sometimes they are very real.

It's unfortunate that when confronted with the latter, politicians duck for cover and refuse to be accountable.  

That's what we've seen with one Federal Minister who, in my opinion, needs to resign.

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