While The Guardian see the museum as a failed stunt, many politicians are lining up to loan words.
“Can’t use a word while on load to the museum? What a brilliant idea” one politician said.
At this stage Firth has received the following words:
Julia Gillard, former PM – Kevin
Kevin Rudd, former PM – Leadership
Bob Carr, former Foreign Minister – Nuts
Stephen Conroy, former Communications Minister – Filter
Bronwyn Bishop, Speaker – Order
George Brandis, Attorney-General – Trans-Pacific Partnership
Malcolm Turnbull, Communications Minister – Speed
Joe Hockey, Treasurer – Deficit
Scott Morrison, Immigration Minster – Boats
Christopher Pyne, Education Minister – Gonski
Clive Palmer, Member for Fairfax – Plagiarism
Campbell Newman, Queensland Premier – Rights
Fred Nile, NSW Legislative Council – Marriage
And for a double disillusion:
Tony Abbot, Prime Minister – Climate Change & Science
But get in quick, the exhibition proper closes this Sunday, 1 December.
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