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IS IT WRONG OUR PRIME MINISTER HAS GONE TO HAWAII FOR HOLIDAYS WHILST WE ARE HAVING CATASTROPHIC BUSHFIRES

By lisa1963 . Created on 19 Dec, 2019
Current Affairs 325 votes | 36 Comments
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Vanessa said on Jan 9, 2020
Fires are decimating Australia and the leader leaves the country!! This action is not acceptable. Leaders should be supporting the Australian community who are suffering from these fires, seeing their houses destroyed and animals being burnt. The PM should put off overseas visits and remain with the people that are watching their animals die, & houses being destroyed. That type if action of showing compassion a...
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Mary said on Jan 9, 2020
He is getting the big bucks n I'm sure his kids would have handled a holiday with their mother.
Also he would have been teaching them responsibility @ the same time. Noone asked him to fight the fires personally but to be seen to do the right thing would have gone down a lot better and he could have mentioned somewhere along the line all of this and had the Australian peop...
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Carol said on Jan 7, 2020
He is of no use by staying or going.
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Anonymous said on Jan 4, 2020
Is a father as well as the Prime Minister and in this day and age he would have been totally up to date with everything going on. No-one could have predicted what we have been hit with. Give the guy a break and get off his back. If he was here fighting fires he probably would just have gotten in the way!!!!!
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Mary said on Jan 9, 2020
Noone asked him to fight the fires personally. Yes he's a father as are all the firefighters especially the ones who unfortunately died while fighting the fires. Are u saying they are worth less than the Prime Minister as fathers?
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Darren said on Jan 4, 2020
Should be put on the front line of the fires
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Patricia said on Jan 1, 2020
The only thing he thinks about is himself and his Pentecostal church. Can't lead Australia at all - should be voted out
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Shruti said on Dec 30, 2019
I am no one to judge whether our prime minister is bad or not. But in this devastating situation, it was a necessity especially as a representative of the nation for him to be here consoling his people who voted for him to be at entitled with such responsibility.
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Anonymous said on Dec 30, 2019
He's a bad prime minister