A Constitution Which Needs Interpretation Is Not a Transparent Document

How many times have your said, or have you heard others say “Who do you vote for, Liberal or Labor – they’re virtually the same?” and you’d be right!   Australians want to break the cycle of unaccountable, reactive, wasteful government who do not prioritize the interest of their people, but favour their own party’s agendas.   Also, how many times have you said to yourself “What can I do about government, I’m just one person?” Well you wouldn’t be right on that score, because we know the results of People Power and just how, collectively we can make a difference.   The goal of the book Aussies Wanna KISS is to turn politicians into becoming our servants again and no longer our masters. This will require readdressing our constitution and our political system.

The book is available from the website www.aussieswannakiss.com   www.bookpal.com and better book stores for just $39.99 incl GST, postage and handling. Proceeds from the sale of the book will be going to support an appeal to the High Court for a referendum to achieve a better form of government to improve all of our lives.   You should check out the website and if you agree that we need change, sign up to the petition.   This is a must read book for all Australians, it addresses government short comings (and why) and gives common sense solutions to our very serious problems. Unfortunately common sense has been proven to be in very short supply in political circles. So here’s your chance to make a difference to this country and stop putting up with burocractical baggage.

What is important to note is that at Federation in 1901 the designers of the Australian Constitution could only have had an inkling that the population of Australia would grow to 22 million in about 100 years and possibly 50 million in 200 years, nor could they have conceived how developments in medical resources would excel and the demands on all sectors of this profession would grow, or why. The Constitutional designers had little concept of...