Select Page

Random note 197,673

So because Bob Days senate office is in a building he owned but then sold so it was at least at arms length he’s regarded as profiting under the crown and therefore ineligible to sit in the senate. This being the case, can we extend the witch hunt to the other dozens of politicians who use their living away from home allowance of $270 per night to pay down the mortgage on their Canberra digs they purchased in their wives names. For example, Joe Hockey’s total living away allowance of $184,000 total between 1998 and 2015, springs to mind. It would seem to the casual observer that they too are profiting under the crown with a nice little earner as a super top up in their post political careers. Pots and kettles anyone?