Scott Morrison Quotes.
I respect people of all sexualities; I respect people of all religions, all faiths. I love all Australians.
Our job… as we take forward this mantle of leadership as a new generation is to ensure that we not only bring our party back together, which has been bruised and battered this week, but that… we bring the parliament back together.
Each day, I send my kids to school, and I know other members’ kids should also go to school, but we do not support our schools being turned into parliaments.
Just let awareness have its way with you completely.
What we want is more learning in schools and less activism in schools.
I have a track record of under-promising and over-delivering, whether it’s on the economy, border protection, welfare reforms.
I don’t want the values of others being imposed on my children in my school, and I don’t think that should be happening in a public school or a private school.
Canberra can be a bit of a debating society from time to time.
We will work constructively with China as we always have. Our futures are very much intertwined in the region.
I remember when we came in, in 2013, and I was implementing our border protection policy, people threw their hands up – and I said, ‘I’m doing what I said I would do in the way I said I’d do it’ – and guess what: I’m now getting the results I said I’d get.
For me, faith is personal, but the implications are social – as personal and social responsibility are at the heart of the Christian message.
I think it is true that, post the global financial crisis initially – and for some period after that and particularly with how the mining investment boom and commodity prices played out – there was a dislocation that occurred in some of the more traditional mechanisms.
Operation Sovereign Borders has been one of Australia’s greatest national security policy successes.
All economies are structured differently – the tax systems, the regulatory systems, the federal systems – and that is as true of Australia and the United States as it is of Australia and Germany and the U.K.
I’m committed to winning. The leadership of the Liberal Party is always the gift of the parliamentary Liberal Party, and I never make any presumptions on it.
There are many challenges our country has – our economic security, our national security.