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As the New South Wales Supreme Court makes clear, the Australian people want an urgent fix. They’re angry, they’re sick of their politicians making a “big deal” out of anything the government says. The most disturbing thing about the whole affair is that most people in the media were pretty much on board.
What does all this mean, exactly? I’d be fascinated to see if the Prime Minister’s government could find a way to deliver its
If we get a free vote tomorrow on same-sex marriage, and if Parliament rejects it — as the government says it wants — then one would imagine it would mean a return to the sort of backroom negotiation that has happened for all these years.
And if the public doesn’t like it, well it seems likely, there would be plenty of MPs coming over from the other side of parliament ready to claim that same-sex marriage would harm their ability to make money as MPs.
There would be another attempt by the Turnbull government to get around the parliament, which would come back with the exact same bill but with no time for debate. Then again, with the election, any opposition MPs would suddenly not have much to spend their energy on (the Greens would just be running for seats instead of trying to change the law). At this point, MPs from all parties could just sit on their hands and say, “we were only interested in making sure the people of Queensland knew that we were serious about protecting them.”
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