Prime Minister and slip-slop-slapper Scott Morrison has called on Australians to show “personal responsibility” when dealing with Covid, while also emphasising that any consequences of this approach is obviously a state responsibility.
The Prime Minister who has consistently refused to establish a Federal corruption watchdog has called on the public to embrace a “culture of responsibility.”
“It’s about time we start being responsible for our own actions during this pandemic,” demanded the PM. “Especially the guy who completely stuffed out vaccine rollout, aged care response and lack of quarantine facilities, whoever that guy is needs to pay!”
Morrison helped fix the mixed messaging surrounding the responsibility for personal responsibility by providing an always helpful sunscreen analogy.
“Sunscreen is very slippery and becomes invisible, much like me when I have responsibilities as Prime Minister.”