Are the best Aus­tralians sheep?

Midwest Times - - OPINION - Eleanor Gib­son

Our lead­ers are much of a much­ness — SHEEP.

One can eas­ily iden­tify that sheep­ish look politi­cians present to us.

All are as strong or weak as the other.

We need Amer­i­can or Ja­panese sheep so our broth­ers can learn from them.

Some sheep don’t stand alone, they move in herds or groups, and fol­low one another so they don’t get lost.

Whereas a goat stands alone, thinks in­de­pen­dently and runs ev­ery­thing with his goat­ish be­hav­iour, whether it be good or bad.

He would never dream of get­ting lost, he leaves that to his sheep­ish cousin, which his sheep­ish cousin ac­cepts. Read­ers in­ter­ested in con­tribut­ing to Writ­ers’ Cor­ner can email sto­ries (max­i­mum 200 words) to Writ­ers of the Co­ral Coast meet at 2pm on the sec­ond and fourth Sun­days of the month at the City of Greater Ger­ald­ton Li­brary. The group welcomes writ­ers of all abil­i­ties.

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