As Cats know, I like to run a competition for worst policy suggestion (aka the gold medal) proposed by any of the parties during an election campaign.
Given Jools’ decision to fire the starting gun, I officially declare my poll open.
I am also thinking of spreading my wings and running a further competition for worst quote from a politician uttered during the election campaign. It will be a sort of cross-between the Booker and the Pulitzer for Australian politics.
No doubt, the competition will be fierce, but I think our Trade Minister’s entry listed above is a strong candidate. Fumbling, pointless and, yes, negative.
Happy to hear of other early entries.