If so, sign us up!
Jeremy Cassar

2 Feb 2016 - 2:26 PM  UPDATED 2 Feb 2016 - 2:26 PM

On last night’s The Late-ish Show with Tony Jones, also known as Q&A, Stan Grant suggested that he may consider a career in federal politics.

"Yes, I would consider something,” he said. “Is it in my thoughts? Yes, it is in my thoughts.”

Grant said that his inspiration came partly from the enormous reaction to his viral speech on racism.

"The response to the speech that I gave, I found so overwhelming and overwhelmingly positive,” he told the live audience. “Clearly there is a responsibility and obligation to the words of that speech.”

Of course, he downplayed any imminent plans, adding just about anything to the list of things he might do.

"[Whether it’s] federal politics or advocacy or staying in the media and continuing to do what I do. This is a great country and my people still suffer in this country.”

And yet, we choose to interpret the above to mean:

“Learn the following four words: Prime Minister Stanley Grant.”