The National party has bandied together and pledged to put the year 2018 behind them and focus on getting back to basics and appealing to their base, the swinging voter.
“Last year we drifted off track and off message and for that I say sorry,” said self-described National party leader Barnaby Joyce. “This year will be different, we know the swinging voters are doing it tough and we want them to know that we are there for them and their wives.”
When asked how they will target ‘the swinging voter’ Mr Joyce replied: “We’ll do it by having the best people we know in the right positions. I suppose I can announce it here we will be reshuffling our cabinet.”
“I will be taking charge of home affairs, old mate George Christensen will take the helm of foreign affairs and our current leader Michael what’s his name will assume the important position of coffee boy.”
“Hey Michael get me a coffee will ya, white with one.”
The National party has also announced that instead of how to vote cards they will hand out how to vote key chains that they encourage their voters to put into a bowl after they have voted.