The Senator continued his needy, "look at me!" Parliamentary tactics yesterday by suggesting that Australian native animals be kept as pets. (Unfortunately, he seems to have overlooked the fact that most Australian marsupials have rather small brains and/or quite selective taste buds that go with their cute, furry bodies. Hasn't he ever heard the makers of Skippy talking about what it was like trying to work with a 'roo?)
He's probably going to run out of libertarian themed topics soon, so I think I'll have to make some suggestions:
a. Introducing the LeyonBit. A novel private currency David mints in his basement, featuring 6 different breads of moggies on the back side, and available for paying for IPA membership and lectures, as well as catnip.
b. Come visit Free Leydonia - created by lashing together a few left over oil platforms from Bass Strait, relocated to Sydney Harbour. A grand new basis for innovative society, unleashing the power of freedom and ammunition from government regulation and clothes (see next point.)
c. Relax the nudism laws - seriously, do you know how much wealthier both the poor and rich could be if we could be free from the tyranny of buying pants - or underpants for that matter. Wearing cats can keep you warm, anyway. And if you're offended by wrinkly old testicles on public display, that's your problem, not David's. There's far too much of this offence taking these days anyway.
I'm working on others...