I think I will be linking to him more often.
Personally I was never one to be won over. I always had a belief in free markets, smaller government, personal responsibility and what many refer to as 'traditional values'. This was unfashionable as a uni student but eventually these principles prevailed and provided Australia with unprecedented prosperity.
Yet in 2009 the political climate has changed and I suspect that us small government free marketeers will be unfashionable again for a few years yet.
Does that mean we should stop advocating for what we believe is right for families, for communities and for our nation?
I say no. If you believe in what you are doing. If you have the courage of your convictions then you can withstand almost any storm.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
A politician who believes
Being sent to the back bench hasn't stopped Cory Bernardi from blogging. Here's an extract from his latest post: