Why should he resign or be sacked? Just because he's handled a few things badly that have caused some people a great deal of hurt, and shown a complete inability to recognise and remove people who cannot be trusted to perform properly in the offices they hold, and protected known paedophiles, and is incapable of recognising his own deficiencies and of even apolgising?
If you're going to apply that sort of standard, where does that leave Howard and Ruddock? If they resigned or were sacked, people might wrongly believe that they were led by fools and knaves and lose respect for governments and politicians. It'd be the end of the civilisation as we know it.
Leave things as they are, so we can bring our kids up in a country where we can point to our leaders as shining examples of honesty and decency, and where every kid has the opportunity to be f*cked by a priest or minister or teacher, and then be thoroughly f*cked over again and again if they or their parents try to do something about it.
Originally posted by adviliax mortus PS. Mark, this has nothing to do with politics or religion since Hollingsworth is acting as a Governor General, and he wasn't ellected to that position, nor is he a member of any party. But anyway...
It's got everything to do with politics and religion!!
He was given the position by politicians. He was an Archbishop, and this whole shambles is due to the fact he hid details of other religious figures.
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