SCOTT MORRISON, 50 DAYS AS PM – IS HIS GOVERNMENT END-DATED?
YESTERDAY October 10, was Scott Morrison’s 50th as our Prime Minister. My personal feeling is that he deserves plaudits for trying hard and that his ‘going to the people’ is his strong suite. He rubs shoulders with ordinary people and speaks their language.
That counts, but is it too little too late to make any real difference when the next federal election is called?
Wentworth next Saturday could see the Morrison Government become a minority government. That will not help the incumbents for the few months remaining until the next federal election takes place.
As a person who is apolitical, I forecast that it won’t be long until Bill Shorten is PM – and then, if propagandists have any forecasting credibility, the whole of Australia will enter into an ‘everlasting’ song of rejoicement.
The thinking seems to be that Bill Shorten, the panacea PM, will fix it for all Australians. Are we all citizens in waiting for him to lead us from dire mire into the figurative promised land of a new era.
”King Bill’, we are your faithful and waiting adherents’ is, I think, about which the majority of voting Australians are obsessing.