Prime Minister Scotty from marketing has told reporters that he sees nothing wrong with tradies being able to legally demand an arts worker hand over their lunch money.
“Arts workers need to realise that they need to be a part of team Australia,” said Prime Minister Scotty. ”If they can do their bit to keep more valuable members of society, like tradies going, then they should do it.”
”After all ,we are all in this together.”
When asked why his Government is turning it’s back on the billion dollar arts and entertainment industries, the Prime Minister said: “I reject the premise of your question.”
“My Government has done all it can to support the NRL and AFL. Sure some of you inner city elites don’t view this as entertainment but I’ll tell you, more people watch the mighty Sharks on a Friday night than any old poncy ballet recital.”
“Now, if you’ll excuse me, I saw a league player who was short of a few dollars for a coffee, I will go and raid the ABC budget to help him out.”
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