/Wanted: Super Computer Capable Of Calculating Brand Damage ScoMo Has Caused While In Hawaii (via Qpute.com)

Wanted: Super Computer Capable Of Calculating Brand Damage ScoMo Has Caused While In Hawaii (via Qpute.com)


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The technology doesn’t quite exist yet, but it’s not that far away.

‘Quantum computing’ is the theoretical study of super
computers which, scientists theorize, will have a processing power that far
exceeds anything we can come up with today.

That’s good news for humanity, but it’s not so good for
Scott Morrison and the Liberal Party, because when quantum computers finally
exist, someone is sure to use one to try and calculate just how much damage Morrison
did to himself and his colleagues by buggering off to Hawaii for a holiday, in
the midst of one of the biggest bushfire emergencies in Australian history.

The story, as you might expect, is running hot on Australia
media. If you google ‘Scott Morrison’ and ‘Hawaii’ then refine it as a news
topic, you get almost 6,000 results.

Channel 10’s Peter Van Onselen probably nails it best in this
piece, which notes Morrison attacking a former community leader who took time
off during a crisis.

Interestingly, not all media outlets have joined the ‘frenzy’.
The order has apparently come down from those on high at News Corporation, because
the story has barely rated a mention on News sites.

That said, a short time ago news.com.au reported that Greens NSW MP David Shoebridge was arrested outside Morrison’s Sydney home during a protest against the PM’s holiday to Hawaii.

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If you’re keen to follow this publicity clusterf*ck as it
unfolds, the hashtag #wherethebloodhellareya has been trending on Twitter for
24 hours. Don’t bother following the federal opposition though – Anthony
Albanese, in his never-ending bid to define himself as something other than a
politician, has cut his nose off to spite his face, by suggesting there’s
nothing wrong with our national leader disappearing during a national emergency…
thereby solidifying the belief that Labor’s election strategy for 2022 is to be
the Liberal Party.

Having said all that, Morrison can’t come straight back to
Oz because that looks weak. But he can’t leave it too long either, because the
fires appear set to worsen, and it’s only a matter of time before more people –
albeit some of the just lowly Greens voters – die. So the smart money will be
on the PM sheepishly re-appearing back in Australia before the end of the
weekend, like nothing happened.

The other smart money is on Albanese reversing his position, once he’s sure that News Corporation is angry with Morrison and he (Albanese) doesn’t have to take any risks by showing leadership.

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