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Gentlemen be aware. The Say Yes Mums are coming to Canberra.

By johnboy - 8 September 2011 14

Say Yes Australia (a pro carbon tax website) is asking “Are YOU a Mum who says YES?”.

If so Parliament House is the place to be on Tuesday 13 September at 10.30am. (Also if you like the idea of mums who say yes).

Be part of history on Tuesday. Join with other mums and take your YES message straight to Parliament!

Say Yes mums are headnig [Sic] to Parliament House in Canberra with their kids, to show their MPs that they support a price on pollution and action on climate change.

This coming Tuesday at midday will be a historic moment when the legislation will first be tabled and debated in Parliament…. and we want YOU to be there.

What’s Your opinion?


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14 Responses to
Gentlemen be aware. The Say Yes Mums are coming to Canberra.
Lazy I 5:34 pm 10 Sep 11

I’ve always found P.J. O’Reilly’s the best place in Canberra to find Mums that say yes.

facet 12:00 pm 10 Sep 11

Ben_Dover said :

Hasn’t Canberra got enough frizzy-haired, hairy armpitted, cardigan wearing, baggy titted, green lefty, eco-earth-mother types, without importing more?

You can never have too many frizzy-haired, hairy armpitted women.

Ben_Dover 9:32 am 10 Sep 11

Hasn’t Canberra got enough frizzy-haired, hairy armpitted, cardigan wearing, baggy titted, green lefty, eco-earth-mother types, without importing more?

Postalgeek 9:41 pm 09 Sep 11

fragge said :

Wow, I didn’t realise so many women viewed their children as emotional bargaining chips. I’d sock my wife in the jaw.

Wow what a maverick. You must be something special to rise above the politically correct masses and say something so controversial, albeit anonymously on the Internet.

Jethro 8:15 pm 09 Sep 11

fragge said :

Wow, I didn’t realise so many women viewed their children as emotional bargaining chips. I’d sock my wife in the jaw.

Considering failure to act on climate change will affect our kids far more than it will affect us, I think it is reasonable that kids are involved in this protest.

The Antichrist 6:47 pm 09 Sep 11

smiling politely said :

Surprised at the lack of satire thus far. A Convoy of No [insert witticism here…]?

I’d call it the Convoy of No Flatulence – but this is about Mums, and we all know how well and how often they fart.

Chop71 10:04 am 09 Sep 11

This will make for some great TV. ACA or Today Tonight specials

smiling politely 9:51 am 09 Sep 11

fragge said :

…I’d sock my wife in the jaw.

Uh-huh. Stay classy bro.

Surprised at the lack of satire thus far. No comments about possible blockades of Parliament by mums with strollers? Or banners calling for “Free babyccinos now”? A Convoy of No [insert witticism here…]?

gooterz 1:17 am 09 Sep 11

Have they already given up on trying to sell a tax to the men?
Why involve young children in a protest, thats just bad parenting.
Although it should be easy to sell it to the females that dont work, just means they’ll get more $$!

Pandy 10:15 pm 08 Sep 11

I only believe in mums who say “Yes” if they are yummy.

steveu 6:31 pm 08 Sep 11

fragge said :

Wow, I didn’t realise so many women viewed their children as emotional bargaining chips….

Ever been to the family court ?

fragge 4:54 pm 08 Sep 11

Wow, I didn’t realise so many women viewed their children as emotional bargaining chips. I’d sock my wife in the jaw.

Solidarity 4:44 pm 08 Sep 11

The last time Mums got involved, the CSIRO got really cross.

what_the 4:05 pm 08 Sep 11

I’d say the fact they’re already sporting trophies means they’ve already said yes!

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