The new game of thrones

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

While Mal­colm Turn­bull was be­ing agile and tak­ing fun, in­no­va­tive self­ies in a land far, far away, back home in never, never land Bill Shorten was se­ri­ously play­ing with the frus­trated minds of the Aus­tralian ple­beians.

Set­ting aside North Korea’s nu­clear threats, Bill Shorten has just nuked Aus­tralia’s Prime Min­is­ter.

Af­ter sit­ting for close to two hours with Mr Shorten with tablet in hand lay­ing down the rules of en­gage­ment, Mr Turn­bull has now agreed to Mr Shorten’s ini­tial pro­posal.

No won­der the pub­lic are now look­ing to the new polled-elect prime min­is­ter, Bill Shorten, for his next de­ci­sive move.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics such as be­ing de­cep­tive and hyp­o­crit­i­cal are at­trib­uted to both po­lit­i­cal lead­ers.

There­fore their game is on an equal play­ing field with ei­ther as­sum­ing the now de­based role of prime min­is­ter. Tina, Tug­gerah

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