Re: The Voice
Reply #19 –
Thorpe has the problem faced by previous politicians who have had a predominately one item agenda: when surrounded by a group of like-minded people they misread the room.When people like Thorpe, Hanson, Palmer, Meedick just to name a few are labelled "politicians", it's a sad indictment on Australian Politics.
Her never ending call for a treaty before the Voice is playing right into the hands of conservative federal politicians - especially the Nationals.
Her enthusiasm for a treaty knows no bounds but she refuses to provide any details as to what it would look like. All she is doing is confusing people who have little interest in either a treaty or the Voice and could vote No in the referendum because of competing opinions on its merits.
If the Voice is defeated then Lidia's call for a treaty will be just a pipe dream.