the title is actually a rhetorical question, i think
some time ago i gave my opinion that tony abbott would prove to be our worst prime minister ever, although to be fair i can only remember back to living under ming and his successors, so maybe prior to the middle of last century we had worse leaders
anyway, several people offered a dissenting opinion at the time, so i thought it was germane to revisit the subject and ask if there are any people out there who might be able to offer a positive spin on this bunch of hooray henries
don't let me single out the p.m. though - feel free to comment on joe hockey, christopher pyne and george brandis too, to name just the worst other offenders on the front bench
i don't think i've been as embarrassed to admit australian citizenship since the latter days of the howard regime, but i would be pleased to have somebody enlighten me as to the significant positive changes to australia since the last federal election... although i must accept that the defeat and retirement of kevin rudd stands up as one shining plus
knock yourselves out
Hockey. Entitled fool. Determined to punish the poor.
Brandis. Deeply vindictive
Pyne. Terrible at being a politician. Even worse at being a minister.
Bishop the elder. Most partisan speaker in living memory
Bishop the younger. Mildly retarded?
When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains
And the women come down to cut up what remains
Roll on your rifle, blow out your brains
And go to your God like a soldier.