Former Minister For Women Tony Abbott Disappointed Not To Be Asked To Lead Today’s Women’s March

Australia’s Former Minister for Women, Tony Abbott has spoken to friends of his disappointment at not being asked to lead today’s Women’s March in Canberra.

”Tony is very disappointed and concerned to not be involved in today’s march,” said a confidante of Mr Abbott. ”He is worried that, without a strong masculine voice to lead the way, the women may got lost or distracted.”

When reached for comment on the Women’s March, the Former Prime Minister Mr Rabbit said: ”Well done ladies, on putting this all together!

”I trust that all the dishes are done, and the ironing is up to date. I wish I could be there today. However, nobody reached out to me. Oh well, maybe next time!”

”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to a Young Liberals meeting where I’m going to show the lads how to deal with the ladies, if you know what I mean.”

Mark Williamson


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