Tony Abbott and the Prime Minister at the Police Service Medal awards, for weeks relations between the pair have been icy, as they play their hilarious game of asylum seeker policy ping-pong.
Without regard for the people of Australia's views.
They barely acknowledged each other and they were sat apart, like warring family members at an awkward wedding.
As per protocol, Abbott's speech followed Gillard's. Abbott quoted Hobbes, who wrote that man, left to his natural state, was doomed to a life that was ''nasty, brutish and short'', much likes Tony's recent behaviour.
As society's guardians, the ones that keep us from falling into chaos are the cops, Abbott said, eyeballing Julia Gillard as he did so.
Following their high noon meeting, Abbott refused to agree with the amendments to the immigration Act, surprise, surprise.
Now we may have the result that neither party wanted, on shore processing, so by default we may get what the majority of Australians want.
AMAZING, HOW COME WE ARE GETTING WHAT VOTERS WANT, THIS IS AN ABERRATION...I'm in a state of shock.
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