Morrison has fighting chance at election
PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has impressed with his quick decision making in regard to the Aged Care Royal Commission and the strawberry tampering saga.
I have no doubt Bill Shorten would have preferred to fight the next federal election against Malcolm Turnbull rather than Morrison.
To give the Coalition a fighting chance at the next election Morrison now needs to differentiate the Coalition policies to that of the Labor Party.
With $2 billion on the table for water infrastructure, committing his government to building a huge dam in northern Australia, as proposed by the CSIRO, would be a step in the right direction.
Also committing to a coal fired power station in North Queensland would be a great decision ensuring base load power to the nation plus it would show Queenslanders he is governing for all Australians not just the southern states.
Pulling out of the Paris Agreement, saving Australia $1 billion and investing in our Pacific Island neighbours would be a much better way for our nation to secure our borders.
I think Morrison has a real chance at our next federal election.
— BILL GLASSON Buderim