Prime Minister for Sydney Scott Morrison has declared that his Government is the best that money can buy. With 3 out of 4 blind trusts agreeing with the PM’s statement.
”When the people see my Government they know that this is a Government worth paying for,” said the PM. ”Heck, they’re getting such value for money that maybe I should get my MP’s to start carrying around tip jars with them.”
”Don’t suppose you’d know where I could get 70 odd tip jars, do you?”
When asked why he seemingly turned a blind eye to alleged corruption in his Government, the Prime Minister said: ”I reject the premise of your question.”
”No one who goes by the name of Scott Morrison does more to counter corruption than myself. Why just the other day I didn’t turn a blind eye to Christian Porter but instead turned a blind trust on him.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I think a certain member with a blind trust owes me lunch.”
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