Leadership

The 3 keys tests of national leadership are judgement, temperament and character.

On the judgement question, it is worth wondering how much longer Prime Minister Turnbull will be taking “advice” from his Attorney General, the Hon George Brandis QC.

Off to the winner’s circle for George.

Does anyone know if the Australian High Commission in London has bookshelves or will new ones need to be constructed?

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9 Responses to Leadership

  1. sabena

    Send him to Afghanistan.

  2. Linden

    as far as politics go he is a deadset wanker, been in the ivory tower for too long..

  3. H B Bear

    Clearly the High Court didn’t accept the Constanza Defence.

  4. manalive

    Does anyone know if the Australian High Commission in London has bookshelves or will new ones need to be constructed? …

    No-one opens a book these days, I think something like this would be suitable for Mr Brandis.

  5. Robber Baron

    Maol Turnbull couldn’t lead a flock of homing pigeons. His ascension to the leadership of the Liberal party and therefore the prime ministership was illegitimate. Karma is a bitch.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle

    The 3 other key tests of national leadership are which faction are you in, do you have the numbers and does the ABC like you?

  7. Roger

    Does anyone know if the Australian High Commission in London has bookshelves or will new ones need to be constructed?

    Oh, they have bookshelves…but George will order new ones anyway, of Australian hardwood which will need to be shipped around the world at great expense to the long suffering tax payer, who generally has to make do with veneered MDF knock ups from Ikea.

  8. anonandon

    Clearly the High Court didn’t accept the Constanza Defence.

    Yes, should have used the Chewbacca defence. You can’t lose.

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