The media tend to highlight and often exort negative aspects of events in Australia.
The Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert writes:
"For many people, school days bestowed many defining memories.
Most people were normal kids who struggled, thrived, achieved or contributed but at least they quietly went about their own business.
Yet classrooms and playground attention were drawn to the clowns, bullies, budding sociopaths and pranksters who required management, suspension or expulsion.
Modern excuses for bad behaviour transformed politics and mass media into a chaotic schoolyard.
South Australians want to get on with their lives and to be represented in politics by normal, common sense people like themselves. Yet it’s craven attention-seekers and misfits who get mass media airtime.
I’ve observed firsthand how the once noble Senate has been dragged into a dysfunctional, rowdy rabble.
The Senate vote doesn’t decide who forms government, but it requires competent, capable people to hold government to account.
Sensible South Australian voters need to target their white ballot paper vote at bringing back common sense."
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