Of course. In Australia, it is Parliament that is the sovereign, not the
individual. I won't change the subject, but this is what one should expect from
a government that no longer has anything to fear from the wrath of its subjects.
Terry Donaghe wrote:
> "This issue involves overwhelmingly, in the opinion of the government, the
> right of children in our society to have the expectation, other things being
> equal, of the affection and the care of both a mother and a father," Prime
> Minister John Howard said.
> I think the key phrase here is "in the opinion of the government." Screw
> the opinions of individuals - especially those of women.
> Is there more to this story than meets the eye? This sounds extremely
> Terry Donaghe: firstname.lastname@example.org
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