APOLOGY ONLY WHERE NEEDED
I definitely agree that funding isn’t always the solution to everything.
If a particular system is deficient in some way, first see if there are underlying issues in the system itself that are the primary cause of the problem and that can be fixed without increased funding before looking at providing more funding. After all, if you are providing more funding to a broken system you could make the situation worse and not better.
Also, I definitely want to support a party that stands up for Western civilisation and our unique Australian character. I realise we have made mistakes in the past and I support the national apology that Kevin Rudd delivered to the Aborigines. However we don’t need to apologise for who we are as a nation.
Australia is one of the most welcoming, accepting, and tolerant countries in the world. We don’t need to shy away from who we are. We are a proud multi-ethnic country founded and based on Western civilisation and have developed our own unique Australian character. And we don’t need to apologise for that. MICHAEL WESTACOTT