It is a fact of society that women play a significantly greater part of fulfilling the caring role in our communities, which inevitably places some limits on their capacity.
Want more women in politics? These are the same people who complain about Pauline Hanson and Jacqui Lambie. Really all this quota bullshit is just a way of shoving social justice warriors, hardcore feminists and communists into parliament. Women don’t frequently stand for political office and of those that do are less successful than men at getting elected. It’s called a democratic vote.
Annabel Crabb is just another whiner who would rather make silly TV shows about politicians than put her non-existent balls on the line and run for political office.
So rather than rant about mindless feminists and their moronic ‘ideas’, lets celebrate the Female parliamentarians that we already have, the ones that were voted in on their merits, not on basis of ovary possession.
This one is going out to Pauline and Jacqui.
On water, privatization and secret multinational treaties.
Pauline Hanson on the Royal commission into Islam.
With the the votes for the lower house still being counted, it seems a hung parliament (or one with a razor thin majority) seems likely. So into this precarious situation the axe grinders have gained significant power. A bloc of anti establishment senators have emerged along with a lower house maverick Bob Katter. Any lower house government that does form will be beholden to king-maker blocs in the lower and upper houses. So it really doesn’t matter if the parliament is notionally Labour or Liberal, the political agenda is now set by the axe grinders. As many as a third of voters have voted for a third party in this election, which really shows disenfranchisement, fortunately there have been many third party options to scoop up this voter demographic. We sow, we reap….