Australians don’t like Catholics buggering boys and covering it up
The Aussies are backing Julia Gillard on her royal commission looking into boy buggering Catholics.
ALMOST every Australian voter backs Julia Gillard’s decision to establish a royal commission into the sexual abuse of children but this overwhelming support has not translated into an immediate boost for the government.
The latest Herald/Nielsen poll shows a record 95 per cent of voters support the royal commission, while only 3 per cent are opposed. The Nielsen poll director, John Stirton, said he could not recall a poll issue receiving such universal support.