Opposition Leader the Dark Lord Peter Dutton remains undecided on what position his party will take on the proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament. The Dark Lord has used the Parliamentary break to reflect on his past – like the time he walked out on the apology, or the 9 years he was in government and did nothing to close the gap.
”Labor has a lot to answer for, when people are undergoing hardships like poor little Scotty from Engadine whose former colleagues are picking on him,” said the Dark Lord. ”All this, and now they want to go and talk about a voice!”
”Why don’t they work on giving little Scotty a voice, or little Petey?”
When asked why he and his party were not distancing themselves from Scott Morrison and instead lining up to kiss his ring, the Dark Lord said: ”Labor has a vendetta against Scott. First they made him lose the election and now they go out and censure him!”
”Anthony Albanese owes not only Scott, but the Australian people who like Scott (all 54 of them) an apology.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to watch my favourite comedy – Beaches. The ending always cracks me up.”
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