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Scott, Scott, Morrison, Morrison (Apologies to A.A. Milne)

Ok, this is a repost from December 16th, 2013, but as the media have been wandering down memory lane with our latest PM, I thought I would too:

Scott, Scott!, Morrison, Morrison, Wetherby James Dupree

Scott Scott
Morrison Morrison
As one of the Ministry
Took great care
Not to say
that terrible word refugee.
Scott Scott Said to the people,
“People,” he said, said he;
“You must never report
What I don’t think you ought
So please always first check with me.”

Scott Scott
Morrison’s leader
Promised to stop all the boats.
Scott Scott Morrison’s leader
Used this to win many votes
Scott Scott Morrison’s Leader
Said to himself, said he:
“I can tell lies
And vow no surprise
and the next PM I will be.”

King Rupert
Put up a notice,
“LOST or STOLEN or STRAYED!
SCOTT SCOTT MORRISON’S LEADER
IS THE ONE THAT I WANT AS PM
LAST SEEN
WANDERING VAGUELY:
QUITE OF HIS OWN ACCORD,
BUT HE CAN TELL LIES
AND JUST PROMOTE GUYS-
FORTY SHILLINGS REWARD!”

Scott Scott
Morrison Morrison
(Commonly known as dim)
Told his
Liberal Front bench
Not to go blaming him.
Scott Scott
Said to King Rupert,
“Rupert,” he said, said he:
“You must never report on the end of the town
without consulting me.”

Scott Scott
Morrison Morrison
Hasn’t been heard of since.
King Rupert said he was sorry,
So did the Queen and Prince.
King Rupert
(Somebody told me)
Said to a man he knew:
“If people go down to the end of the town, well,
what can anyone do?”

(Now then, very softly)
S.S.
M.M.
As one of the ex-ministry
Took great
Care of his leader
And locked up people with glee.
But Rupert said to his Minions
“Minions,” he said, said he:
“You-must-never-go-down-to-the-end-of-the-town-
if-you-don’t-go-down-with-ME!”

 

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  1. MöbiusEcko

    Another grandiloquent speech from Morrison in the same vane as his inaugural one. That first speech turned out to be a load of empty wind, with Morrison to go on and not pursue a single worthy tenet he espoused at the time. This current speech will have the same outcome with even some in the MSM stating Morrison did not appear sincere.

  2. Wam

    Like the rabbott, the son of a small car can lie with impunity, safe in the knowledge that he is doing god’s work. Neither of these can vary their beliefs because they are pure. Consequently, how can the government be any more successfull that the first two?
    This time the boys are mainstream. NFP.
    I humbly admit I was completely wrong about change of PMs but I loved the copperman’s twist of realising dutton had him so he retired leaving his votes free to float.
    Float they did with the usual trilogy:
    eliminating the token woman (under the christian god’s directions, women in general)
    killing dutton’s ambition
    giving us another religious nutter and trumball the last laugh.
    ps james james morrison morrison weatherby george dupree??

  3. Petert F

    James, james, Morrison Morrison, (‘ Look at me now’, said he.),
    Took great care of his future, though he was only three

  4. Peter F

    Scott, Scott, Morrison Morrison, ‘Look at me now’, said he.
    …Took great care of his future
    Tho’ he was only three.

  5. SteveFitz

    ODE TO THE COMMON MAN

    Rubbish, rubbish everywhere
    But nothing there to eat
    Broken bottles on the ground
    Playing havoc with my feet

    No rain up in the sky
    Nor water in my bucket
    Nothing to eat or drink agen
    Flucket, Flucket, Flucket

    SteveFitz

  6. Bronte ALLAN

    What a great article Rossleigh! And all sadly so bloody true! And I see where this idiot has kept bloody Duston in his cabinet, WTF?? Good to see Jewlry & Talkbull go, but bloody Rabbott is still in parliament, so he is still one of the “great three” (NOT!!)–maybe that should be grade 3?–of Mandrews, Duston & Rabbott, bloody hell! Scott, Scott, shoo, shoo, off you go!

  7. helvityni

    I’m a fan of AA Milne, and I agree with Bronte Allan above: an excellent post by Rossleigh.

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