Look Ma, I can do this without crossing my fingers
Bronwyn Bishop can only applaud her love-child's conduct and good government from the Speaker's chair
And who couldn't indulge the endearing antics of Christopher Pyne, leader of the clowns
Arthur Sinodinos used to give advice to Johnny Howard on how to make the most of a cheap suit, now takes leave from the NSW ICAC to offer the Liberal party some advice in his role as Guardian of Government Morals.
Note the streamlined head affording high manoeuvrability in tight spaces in both forward and reverse gears
Minister Dutton sews lips shut in solidarity with Asylum seekers in immigration detention
In a gesture of compassion, the Gold Coast drug squad's rep in federal cabinet joins refugees on deck of a vessel attempting unauthorised passage to await processing by operation sovereigns and doubloons
Chris Pyne has been burning the midnight oil perfecting his 'Grimace of an Ogre' for an examination at Twerp, Michael Gove's finishing school for education ministers, located under a medieval bridge close to Far Kew.
You can burn it, you can coke it, you can smoke it, you can even eat it, just ask Joe Hockey and Jamie Briggs.
It can make you a killing if you get in quick
Chris Pyne plans to fix the curriculum by giving due emphasis to the biblical passages than concern purifying the earth by extracting coal reserves and burning them, not to mention the valuable space liberated
Don Rumsfeld has been brought out by the Institute of Public Affairs to instruct Chris Berg in the finer points of poetry and torture as described in the Gitmo field manual, the known unknowns of an alien probe from a fossil-fuel baron,
Under-equipped nurses at an Ebola treatment centre somewhere in West Africa.
Why don't John Kerry and Julie Bishop take a few minutes out of the great game and put some resources into this epidemic before it gets further out of control, rather than devoting them to destabilising some countries, and bombarding others?