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The Forum > General Discussion > Dastardly remains in the Parliament, why?

Dastardly remains in the Parliament, why?

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Sam Dastyari has only been told to resign from Laborís front bench after a tape recording surfaced which revealed his uncomfortably close links to China.

Rightly, Senators have fallen on their swords over dual nationality, but Shorten protects this greasy S.O.B. Both Shorten and this grub should be stepping down. The same as any other politician or public official should be expected to do.

Brick bats too to Malcolm Turnbull for his milk-sop criticism. Travel rorts all over again with pollies appearing to protect their little earners now and in the future when they are also receiving that glorious golden handshake from the taxpayer.

So much for the 'Code of Conduct' for politicians.
Posted by leoj, Thursday, 30 November 2017 8:52:07 AM
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The media today is full of suggestions that Dastyari should be removed from our Parliament altogether. The man is a total tool and, perhaps, much worse.
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 30 November 2017 10:09:03 AM
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Malcolm Turnbull thinks he should 'get out of the Senate'.

That is agreed.

However, one would have imagined though that in view of the Westminster inheritance there would be outrage from all members that Dastyari has not fallen on his sword and resigned from the Senate and from his Labor membership too.

Shorten is a hypocrite.
Posted by leoj, Thursday, 30 November 2017 11:06:04 AM
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Yeah and Barnaby had to join for being partly kiwi while Sam acts as a traitor to Australia and still sits in Parliament.
Posted by runner, Thursday, 30 November 2017 11:31:02 AM
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He has brought the Parliament into disrepute.

Bill Shorten is a cowboy imagining that having Dastyari step down from a couple of trite roles and then restoring him later as he has done before is any solution to this crisis?

What confidence would business have that highly confidential information compulsorily acquired by government is secure? What confidence do any of us have that our personal information held by government is secure?

It is all care and no responsibility. Shorten needs the boot too. Noticeably, he is putting on his wide-eyed, innocent 'who, what?' look again. What rogues.
Posted by leoj, Thursday, 30 November 2017 11:56:51 AM
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"Dastardly remains in the Parliament, why?"

- Because nobody dares to poke the dragon's eye.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Thursday, 30 November 2017 1:50:38 PM
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