Herald Sun - - YOUR SAY -

ONCE again, Aus­tralia is the laugh­ing stock of the world when it comes to de­port­ing crim­i­nals. Why do you even get to ap­peal if you have a crim­i­nal record? The AAT is a joke and a waste of tax­pay­ers’ money.

Julie, Bentleigh

HEY Bill, back off. I haven’t worked hard for the past 54 years and saved dili­gently to be a self-funded re­tiree and not be a bur­den on tax­pay­ers. Don’t pull the rug from un­der my feet, it may cost you at the polls.

Grant, Greens­bor­ough

HOW can a politi­cian on very good wage and other perks have rent-free ac­com­mo­da­tion? That’s why they keep putting up taxes.

Peter, Alexan­dra

OUR gov­ern­ments are so out of touch with every­thing. If there was a national vote on cut­ting im­mi­gra­tion, it would be done and dusted.

Shifty, Yarra Junc­tion

SURELY in 2018, we can build some sort of plant to deal with our own re­cy­cling, rather than ship it to China?

Jade, Morn­ing­ton

MATTHEW Guy, it is time to start be­ing the Op­po­si­tion Leader and have a red-hot go at rid­ding this state of that rab­ble they call the An­drews Govern­ment.

Barra, Bayswa­ter

I’M a sin­gle dad with three daugh­ters and run my own busi­ness while be­ing pres­i­dent of a sport­ing club. I’m think­ing of run­ning as an in­de­pen­dent at the state elec­tions. Surely, I can’t up­set the PC brigade?

Daniel, Mel­ton South

WITH all the crime in Mel­bourne go­ing on, me and a mate got pulled over the other day for hav­ing our el­bows out of the car win­dow. Pa­thetic.

Storm, Oak Park

FIFTY-mil­lion Amer­i­can school stu­dents go­ing on strike against gun laws might be a great ex­am­ple of how peo­ple-power can bring about change.

Nick, Point Cook

NEVILLE (50/50, 10/3), I have bruises all up and down my arm and got some of my hair ripped out last Fri­day. The cul­prit? My six-year-old stu­dent.

“Safe” teacher, Bal­larat

THE sheer pas­sion ex­hib­ited by the Trin­ity stu­dents was in­spir­ing — I hope they are our next doc­tors, re­searchers, lawyers and politi­cians.

Rox­anne, Wil­liamstown

CAN’T wait for the next news re­port on Pa­trick Danger­field’s ham­string.

Leroy, Glad­stone Park

I, TOO, am a se­nior de­pressed by funeral in­sur­ance ads. Be­tween Real and Youi, I can’t Choosi.

Olly, Bendigo

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