Marty Butler of Hillsboro has a timely offering with heavy political undertones which relate to the US.
I have edited his article to better reflect Australia
It never ceases to amaze me that politicians of all colours seem to have hundreds of light bulbs going off in their heads as they come up with new ways to run the government and the changes they would make if they were in power.
With all those light bulbs going on during the campaign it's no wonder the bulbs all burn out by the time they actually get into office.
I also find that it is very difficult to change a politician's light bulb once the idea is burning in their mind.
So here are seven politically inclined questions about the ability of politicians to change light bulbs.
1. How many Liberals does it take to screw in a light bulb?
2. How many Labour?
3. How many Greens?
4. How many Coalition members?
5. How many senior advisers ?
6. How many Greens?
7. How many Prime Ministers?