In general I find the terrorism arguments in the ACT to be at best risible. But if we’re going to play make believe then I’d like to do it convincingly. So I did find Steve Pratt’s latest media release somewhat amusing.
Apparently the Chief Minister, on being questioned in the Assembly about the non-existence of ACT Terrorism plans said:
the ACT had ‘broad emergency management plans’ and that they were ‘virtually completed’.
“Broad”, “Virtual” plans eh? We’ll be glad of those when the brown stuff hits the ventilation device.