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I’m a politician. I’m not going to get into a whole range of scientific argument with scientists.
I’m not running for canonisation.
I instinctively try to protect people from filth.
I think that marriage is, dare I say it, between a man and a woman, hopefully for life and there are all sorts of other relationships which should be acknowledged and recognised, but I don’t know that they can be recognised as marriage.
I have close family members as well as lots of close friends who are gay. Many of them strongly support gay marriage.
There are no factions in the Liberal Party.
I would not want to see any relaxation of the law prohibiting human cloning.
The problem with politicians getting to know the issues in indigenous townships is that we tend to suffer from what Aboriginal people call the ‘seagull syndrome‘ – we fly in, scratch around and fly out.
I’m not saying that people on welfare don’t contribute in their own way, but as many as possible should be encouraged to be economically active as well as socially and culturally active.