As someone who has faced their own Section 44 challenge, I believe we should consider it a permanent part of our political landscape – for good or ill.
Josh Frydenberg’s eligibility has been quizzed by two residents of his seat of Kooyong, one over his citizenship, the other in bilingually subverting the democratic process.
The Section 44 fiasco severely wounded the democratic process in this country. To avoid us returning to the same point, we need lasting change.
You can’t keep a good man down. Not only does Barnaby want to tear down Section 44, but also the ties between himself and the Coalition. He will not go quietly. Hail Farcecus!
Never to be a man to back down, the newly kiwi Barnaby has many a trick to stay relevant in Australian Politics. Joyce, az, bro!
Good Morning! Are things getting far more ridiculous, or is it just me? We’ve had violence in Barcelona, another honourary member of the Section 44 club, and a fictional character destroying a bottle shop.
With Barnaby Joyce now in the Section 44 firing line, I think this great Australian witch hunt has gone on long enough. When are we prepared to admit this is doing more harm than good?
With Barnaby Joyce the latest name placed under examination, I wonder if we’re taking this too far. If the Constitution is faulty, shouldn’t we change it to better reflect who we are?