LETTER: Bullying tactics could backfire

THE bullying tactics being used by the Prime Minister toward the Senate is sure to backfire as he is not as popular as his ego leads him to think he is. He is a waffling, do-nothing PM.

On ABC's 7.30 Report on Monday night, Leigh Sales asked what he had done as PM since stabbing Tony Abbott in the back and the look on his face was priceless.

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He stumbled on with some rhetoric about what he had achieved.

The poor treasurer was surprised to learn that the budget had been moved to an earlier date without being consulted.

It seems this PM has also made a captain's choice.

The old saying that the more things change the more they stay the same seems to have a ring of truth to it.



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