The Australian public are reeling this morning after Ricky Muir’s first speech to the senate revealed that a person actually representing the average Australian has accidentally been elected to Parliament.
Muirs speech drew heavily on the fact that he never intended to be a politician, a sentiment shared by the people who elected him. Showing his own inexperience, Muir spoke about being long-term unemployed and struggling to support his family instead of the traditional topics of Liberal cruelty, Labor unfairness and the Greens being totally The Greens about everything.
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“It’s bizarre,” said a local resident. “It’s as if he’s done things in his life that weren’t strictly either being a politician or preparing to be a politician.
“He treats unemployment like it’s a thing that sometimes happens to good people no matter how hard you work, and not like a hideous disease that befalls the sinful.
“It’s like he’s one of us – you know, imperfect, occasionally making a stupid decision or two but good natured and trying to do his best. I can’t wait to see how this comes back to bite us square on the arse.”
Other onlookers admitted to being somewhat unsure of how to act around Muir.