Monday, July 30, 2007

Adopting Alexander Downer's excellent suggestion

In this age of unnecessary wars against the UN-funded clients of our wheat farmers, it is entirely understandable that we need strong anti-terrorism laws. What has yet to be adequately explained by the proponents of these laws is why the Australian people need to delegate the function of performing character assessments of our guests to a posse of vindicative witch-burners whose ability to observe facts, let alone logically reason about them, is severely and suspiciously deficient.

However, if we must, in the name of national security, accept this debased state of affairs, why can't we also adopt Alexander Downer's excellent suggestion and witness the occasional apology complete with "falling on the ground...grovelling, eating dirt"?


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