Two of the major issues in Australian politics are now settled. We have a carbon tax. Asylum seekers will be processed onshore. Done and dusted.
So, what are we going to talk about now?
Q&A can't run programs only talking about gay marriage.
What are the issues you hope will come to the fore of public discussion now that the issues of the carbon tax and accepting asylum seekers are put to rest?
(I'll have a think too. I'm up to my elbows in assignments, but have been pretending I'm not - proofed a friend's thesis, applied to teach ethics in schools, working on a cookbook for school, wrote out a document of resources to support the White Ribbon Day program at school, compiled from info on my blog, more volunteering than you can shake a stick at - but now, back to the assignments...)