And fi­nally . . .

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

Is Sam Dast­yari re­lated to Mr Bean? Stu­art Ashby, Vau­cluse Barack Obama says there should be more women in lead­er­ship roles be­cause they are bet­ter than men. Pity he didn’t think of that when he ran for the pres­i­dency. He could have stepped aside and let Hil­lary Clin­ton take the job. Frank Gi­ugni, Villa­wood It ap­pears Bill Shorten has pulled the big­gest John Hew­son mo­ment in po­lit­i­cal his­tory with his lat­est gar­bled at­tack on cap­i­tal­ism. He may rue this day for a long time. Sue Ridge, Mort­dale Feel free to keep mock­ing US Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump. He is, how­ever, get­ting his econ­omy mov­ing and shak­ing and clean­ing up his melt­ing pot all in the name of pa­tri­o­tism and car­ing for the ma­jor­ity of peo­ple in his coun­try. A job well done. I wish we had sim­i­lar lead­er­ship. PJ, Gar­den Sub­urb Roll out the cam­eras that are tar­get­ing the use of mo­bile phones in cars. It’s a dis­gust­ing abuse of road rules. The cam­eras will save many lives, save in­sur­ance and raise a lot of rev­enue at the same time. The use of phones in cars is at plague pro­por­tions. Ray, Boam­bee East Par­lia­ment should be sus­pended un­til the dual cit­i­zen­ship fi­asco is fi­nalised. How can they dis­cuss, let alone vote, if they are not all el­i­gi­ble to sit in the House? What a dis­grace this is! Bob Withers, Port Mac­quarie Mar­vel­lous how the gov­ern­ment sud­denly finds all this money when there are by-elec­tions, first for Barn­aby Joyce’s elec­torate and now John Alexan­der’s. Pity there isn’t an elec­tion in the Hunter. Dazza, Sin­gle­ton Bill Shorten has no voice, thanks to the mute but­ton! Max­ine, Saratoga When is Bill Shorten go­ing to stand up and do the right thing and make Sam Dast­yari re­sign from Par­lia­ment? He has shown a pat­tern of putting an­other coun­try’s in­ter­ests be­fore ours. P. Les­lie, Len­nox Head You know we are all in trou­ble when the Greens ac­tu­ally make more sense of this cit­i­zen­ship de­ba­cle than the rest of the mob in fed­eral Par­lia­ment. Peter Wil­cox, Blayney

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