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Should Politicians be sacked when the lie to the public?

By Graeme . Created on 20 Jun, 2021
Should Politicians be sacked when the lie to the public? They would then be banned from elections for a number of years.
Current Affairs 247 votes | 32 Comments
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Average Human said on Jul 26, 2021
They all do sack em all vote me in,,, I got ideas👍🏻😂
Yes
Pam said on Jul 20, 2021
The main thing we need in our Governments is honesty. Without that we can have no trust or credibility.
Yes
Richard said on Jul 16, 2021
A person like Scotty Morrison from marketing and his party could not lie straight in bed. These are the people we do not need. The fact that after the openly visible corruption (Sportsrorts, Carparkrorts, NO real independent commission against corruption, $440 million to energy company execs under the guise of Barrier Reef protection, NO meaningful attempt to address rampant wage theft etc etc) and failure of leade...
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Graeme said on Jul 15, 2021
A person like Daniel Andrews, and his party could not lie straight in bed. These are people we do not need. I say get rid of them .
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Damian said on Jul 5, 2021
We would be having elections every week if that happened. STUFF THAT!
Yes
Richard said on Jul 11, 2021
Nahh! Much better to leave them to their lies, corruption and dereliction of duty rather than having to think about it all now and then. Who cares if the future gets completely stuffed up? Who cares if they take things to the point where we CANNOT vote them out? Keep those few viable brain cells for the good stuff like footy an' shit.
Mrs said on Jun 30, 2021
Impractical. They are human and while it is obvious that some are lying on purpose. Like the rest of us there are a few genuine misunderstandings. Besides the turnover would cost us a fortune in elections, and we the taxpayer pay for that. As well as everything else.
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Richard said on Jul 3, 2021
The problem is that their purposeful lies have the capacity to do enormous damage to which ever members of society are their victims. Have you ever heard of robodebt? It was not a "misunderstanding" as they maintained it in the face of warnings that it was probably illegal, and resisted any suggestion that the method of calculating so-called "debts" owed by people on social welfare payments, was designed to produce ...
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Mrs said on Jul 4, 2021
Note the word "few" I by no means think that this is common. I know only what I have read about "robodebt" which was apparently set up by public servants and fobbed off by politicians.
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Robert said on Jun 28, 2021
Morrison would be the first to go if this rule applied.
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Colin said on Jun 27, 2021
Politician are supposed to be above the law and be law abiding citizens as an example to the rest of Australians