Why we should not vote Labor: Shelton

September 24, 2018

The Conservative Party's Queensland Senate candidate Lyle Shelton has pointed to a Facebook post from Labor's candidate in the upcoming Wentworth by-election as a reason why we should not vote for the Labor Party because of the damage it would do to Australian society.

Labor candidate Tim Murray posted a picture of himself along with three men dressed as surf-lifesavers saying, "We may have won marriage equality but we've got more things to win."

It went on to say that Labor will appoint a Human Rights Commissioner to investigate LGBTI discrimination and will put back $53 million in funding for AIDS which had been removed by the Liberal Party.

The Commissioner policy is not the random Facebook posting of a would-be Wentworth MP, but was a commitment that Federal Labor took to the 2016 election. Their draft platform for the coming election - to be finalised at the postponed ALP National Conference in December - says:

Labor will: Establish a Commissioner for Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status issues, to work across government and the private sector to reduce discrimination

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has told Sky News Conservative policy is to abolish the Human Rights Commission in order to stop the massive waste of time and money spent on funding hundreds of spurious claims against perfectly law abiding Australian citizens.

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