AUSTRALIA- A leading psychologist and social expert have concluded that Australia has lost the ability to decide anything.
Gordon Witherby, founder of the Institute of Modern Thought, presented his finding to a reception last night.
"The 68-all draw against AFL teams Collingwood and St.Kilda over the weekend has cast doubt on the decision making capabilities of the 22 million inhabitants of this country." he said.
"Add to this the hung parliament between the two political parties at the election and you can see the dilemma we are facing today."
Link O'Brien agrees with Witherby's claims.
"I really think we've lost the plot' he said. 'I mean, is the Melbourne Cup going to be a draw? The state election? Christmas?"
Witherby's report divided the reception guests 50/50.