Earlier this week, the Guardian published an article by former Liberal ACT Chief Minister Kate Carnell: Vote Liberal? You should vote ‘yes’ for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
As a fellow member of the Liberal Party, I vehemently disagree with nearly every assertion made in this pro-Voice exposition, and as someone who feels strongly that the right course for all Liberals is to oppose the Voice to Parliament, I offer this review article in response.
Ms Carnell begins thus:
‘A Voice to Parliament is fair, practical, and constitutionally safe.’
If I was a bear, I might feel poked; I am able to offer three separate objections...
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