Not content with trying to ruin the lives of people in general with their levels of astounding incompetence, the latest target of the left is one of this nation's most respected individuals.
After stating the bloody obvious, Father Chris Riley has been accused of corruption by resident gibberers Xenophon, Wilkie and Tim Costello for, horror, daring to claim that extortion mandatory pre-commitment is not the correct way to go about helping people.
Now, although there is little to like about Peter Garrett, at least he had the decency to roll out constituents who supported this measure as a way to curb problem gambling.
Some may question my naivety in merely accepting that these constituents ARE actual gambling victims but, unlike the left, I don't demand tax audits on anyone and everyone before allowing them a say on any given subject.
Now I myself am no fan of organised religion, but given Xenophon's quote about Father Riley buying the industry line and his comments of scientology as a cult, I have to wonder whether Xenophon isn't merely on a crusade of his own.
Wilkie, on the other hand, believes Riley has been influenced by donations to his organisation.
Horror of horrors, the clubs industry donates money to people who do community work. Stop the presses!
Wilkie would do well, rather than sending the thought police to investigate Father Riley, to trawl through the grubby deal involving Bob Brown and Wotif, where Brown is alleged to have acted corruptly in attempting to promote eco-fascist eco-tourist interests in exchange for dollars.
Further to this, Wilkie might care to explain rumours regarding his newly discovered sympathy for the mining industry on the back of this piece. Say what you like about Vexnews, but they rarely get it wrong.
If Wilkie, Xenophon and their anti-freedom cohorts are going to engage in grubby accusations of corruption, they might do well to be above rapproach themselves.
Chris Riley does more to help the underprivileged in our community than either Xenophon or Wilkie ever would have even thought of.
Oh, and while we're on the topic of people being hypocrites about others being fleeced, Tim Costello might do well to remember his beloved World Vision only uses fifteen cents in every dollar received in donations to help those they claim need assistance.
Every day, the left creeps forward in its attack on free speech, and every day we must fight to defend our freedoms.
Just remember, Hitler used the democratic system to get his way, and so are today's free speech fascists.
Keith Topolski is a former member of the NSW Young Liberal executive and is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Communications.