Sunday, May 29, 2005

I love my job it's the work I hate...

Tony Abbott thinks that some jobs are really tough and if you just do your best, try your hardest, however poor that might be, then it's ok.

This is Tony justifying Amanda (and let's not forget Phil) breathing in and out somewhere near their office...
"What people need to remember is we're talking here about very difficult situations. We're talking about, in some cases, people who are in very difficult personal circumstances. It's not always easy to know exactly what is going on in their lives, it's not always easy to know exactly what's happening in their home countries or even which are their home countries. These are difficult personal situations and the idea that you can resolve these questions in a moment is just wrong."
It's been many moments strung together Tony, they go on to make weeks, months and years.

Image from here


Blogger bastet=^..^= said...

Don Watson has enough material to publish "Death Sentence" every year for the rest of his life. POOR Amanda and Phil, knowing no matter how you ruin others lives you'll get paid, receive an astronomical amount of super, have your arse covered by others and know that welfare agencies who run on less than you earn will ineviatbly pick up the pieces when it is too late for all the positive outcomes that were possible years earlier.

The Liberals don't want me to keep my job because labour costs too much but they hate people who rely on welfare, I want a job like Phil and Amanda. I stuff up, then retire, thus i'm no longer working and not on welfare, why did i not see this obvious solution soo much earlier?

2:23 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They are a cork in a bottle. Because they have the jobs, we can't.

Because they have wealth and comfort, we can't.

Because they have freedom and ease, asylum seekers can't.

Our only consolation is to write the history.

I hope they will not be forgotten for the entire time that the English language continues to be spoken on planet earth.

- barista

7:02 pm  

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