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Henry hears that new Defence Minister Brendan Nelson is kicking off the training wheels and letting a few key players in the defence portfolio know that there is a new sheriff in town, summoning senior executives and letting them have both barrels on issues ranging from probity to the budget.
Probably not a bad strategy. Minister Nelson will certainly be enjoying the bit of leeway the AWB is giving him, as it is likely to give the "Prime Minister for Defence" a hobby for a while yet.
Henry expects him to use his time in Defence as an excuse to become the self appointed "Minister Assisting" for Foreign Affairs, Trade, Industry and any others that strike his fancy. With the AWB scandal rocking the Coalition boat at the moment the Coalition would surely take a dozen party room brawls and airport screaming matches ahead of the train wreck they have on their hands with the AWB inquiry this is already shaping up to be a corker of a Parliamentary session.
Read the full article at Henry Thornton. Free Trial If you are human, leave this field blank.-bad banking-real estate was made into an investment to flip houses- his role in the child abuse scandal.
-bad apples are encouraged by bad barrels-good character isnt always enough-adults develop moral character into their 30's -conduct is influenced by environment. The scandal involved burglary, wiretapping, campaign financing violations, and the use of government agencies to harm political opponents.
A major part of the scandal was also the cover-up of all these illegal actions.
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The "bad apples" theory ties misbehaviour to the individuals who engage in harassment, bullying, or dishonesty and looks for character flaws or distorted attitudes and beliefs as explanations for. His question was – are these just a few bad apples, or is there a problem with the barrel?
The question becomes more poignant when the “barrel” in question is a religious community. In the United States, however, the authorities tend to brush away each police scandal as an aberration, at both the local and systemic levels.
Police chiefs across the land routinely resort to the "bad apple" explanation when confronted with corruption in the ranks.