The "I repeat" is a masterstroke of political communication. Repetition is a certain way to get a message across, our 2 year old is living proof.
Are you suggesting that AB using using the communication techniques of a 2 y o? It's lefto types like you that need to go back to the caves instead of coming in here having a go at our saviour who has read the scientific literature (ie blogs) and can tell us what to think with the simple use of a headline!
I'm merely saying that his communication is so simple it's brilliant!!As Andrew says, please don't get hung up on that which divides us.Our efforts are better spent ganging up on those we disagree with that we hate.Isnt that right Andrew!!!1!!
In any event, isn't this exactly the sort of information we should be telling our 2 year olds?If there is a problem with our Sudanese community that Andrew's headline is informing us about, then surely you're never too young to be told about that?
Of course we have a problem with our Sudanese community and that problem is that they are not white. How can they assimilate if they don't even bother to try to change their skin colour so as to fit in better to Australian society.
Ahh, but if they changed their skin colour, could they still apply for grants set aside for that community?
And why don't Sudanese people place equal importance on their German or Irish background, if any of them had any?BPriceisright - that's a good point. Even if there is no grants for Sudanese they certainly wouldn't get them if they weren't Sudanese