The age of entitlement

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Bronwyn Bishop carried on a litter cushioned by a sack of money. Cartoon by Fiona Katauskas

 

 


Fiona Katauskas Fiona Katauskas' work has also appeared in ABC's The Drum, New Matilda, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian, The Financial Review and Scribe's Best Australian political cartoon anthologies.

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Brilliant cartoon, Fiona, in every detail. Thanks for so eloquently illustrating the thoughts of (surely) everybody! Is it possible for me to put it on my Facebook page? I don't see anywhere which lets me know about copyright. Thanks, Patsy
Patsy Crotty | 20 April 2016


Fiona, you have summed up the issue of Bronwyn Bishop's retirement perfectly. Thank you - you have given me something to smile about. The problem with Bishop, like many others in the "Liberal", National and right and pseudo wings of the ALP, they think that they were born to rule and that can take whatever bonuses they think they are entitled to. Let us hope that ordinary Australians during the coming federal elections give their priority votes to candidates who are devoted to social justice, human rights, fairness in international relations, working for ordinary people and care for the environment.
Andrew (Andy) Alcock | 20 April 2016


Brilliant, Fiona but I wish it was not so true.
paula kelly | 20 April 2016


Hi Patsy, Glad you like the cartoon and feel free to share it on Facebook. Just be sure to mention where you saw it (that's not a copyright rule but it's good to give ES a bit of publicity!)
fiona Katauskas | 20 April 2016


Hi Patsy, Glad you like the cartoon and feel free to share it on Facebook! If you can credit it me and to mention where you saw it (that's not a copyright rule but it's good to give ES a bit of publicity!) that'd be great. Cheers, Fiona
fiona Katauskas | 20 April 2016


It's perfect Fiona, and I note Ms Bishop is not using choppers anymore. I expect to see this cartoon in "Behind the Lines" at Old Parliament House next year. It is a classic!
Brett | 20 April 2016


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