Everything the Australian Greens do starts well enough, before descending into farce.
Caring for the environment ends with farmers having to offset their cattle’s flatulence. Helping the poor morphs into a universal basic wage costing the nation $400 billion a year. And promoting women’s health winds up as a plan for the national distribution of taxpayer-funded tampons.
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