Act­ing worse than spoilt chil­dren

The Queensland Times - - NEWS | OPINION -

WHEN it comes down to it, wouldn’t the ma­jor­ity of Aus­tralians be dual cit­i­zens now?

I be­lieve if these peo­ple are Aus­tralian cit­i­zens and have lived and worked in Aus­tralia most of their lives, have no crim­i­nal his­tory, and can be seen to be do­ing the right thing by Aus­tralia, they should not be kicked out of the Gov­ern­ment.

Does the Gov­ern­ment not have real is­sues to deal with for our coun­try, such as mak­ing sure there are jobs for our cit­i­zens and help­ing busi­nesses to re­main in Aus­tralia in­stead of al­low­ing them to move over­seas for bet­ter prof­its.

What about mak­ing sure the peo­ple in our nurs­ing homes are cared for ad­e­quately?

There are so many is­sues that I feel should come be­fore this witch hunt.

It’s time they got on with gov­ern­ing the coun­try and stopped wast­ing money on fight­ing amongst them­selves.

They are worse than spoilt chil­dren.

— BEV MILLER Sil­verdale

PHOTO: MICK TSIKAS

GONE: Tas­ma­nian Senator Jac­qui Lam­bie the lat­est vic­tim of the dual cit­i­zen de­ba­cle.

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