You know you’re about to get destroyed at a state election when you’re wheeling out fossils and policies from the 90’s: Laughably pathetic from the Nationals but that train is never late. We saw this exact same stunt previously in the Cootamundra and Murray by-elections. This
The recent David Dunstan fiasco and it’s “resolution” raised many questions over the legitimacy over using firearms for self-defence. One of the main things to come out of the incident was NSW Nationals MP John Barilaro moving to launch an inquiry in to NSW’s self-defence laws.
Predictable. On the eve of both the Cootamundra and Murray by-elections and trying to ride the wave of Las Vegas emotion the NSW Nationals, who are living in fear of another Orange backlash, wheeled out two old fossils in vein hope of securing a last minute
NSW Nationals’ leader and Deputy Premier John Barilaro took to 2GB earlier in the week in “defence” of David Dunstan. Barilaro stated he travelled to Albury to meet with Dunstan in person, more than likely only after we asked the question of why the Nationals weren’t