Morrison’s vacuity goes beyond a hard-core stoner-level lack of motivation to repair broken people, places, policies and promises. His reign of disdain is a study in apathy and indolence, full of absences and shirking. His infamous justification for his mid-bushfires Hawaiian holiday – “I don’t hold a hose, mate” – is just the tip of the iceberg. (from https://theshot.net.au/politics/the-long-long-long-list-of-all-the-times-that-scott-morrison-has-said-its-not-my-job/)

Nadine von Cohen

2 Comments

  • Arthur Baker says:

    Crackerjack article, thanks for the link. As a matter of interrest, it contains 51 instances of the word “not”. Which pretty much sums up Morrison’s approach to (non)-government.

  • Arthur Baker says:

    Oh, and incidentally a further 23 instances of “n’t” in combos like didn’t, doesn’t, don’t, won’t etc. Total “nots” = 74.

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