Scott Morrison and Kelly O'Dwyer must think we're idiots. 

The government's line on the royal commission is that it deserves the credit, because Labor argued for a very narrow inquiry while the Liberals wanted a broad one. Apart from being a lie, that also contradicts the government's argument before the 2016 election -- that Labor's royal commission proposal was so damaging it would harm the Australian financial system, placing the entire economy at risk. The Liberals should at least get their story straight -- either Labor's commission idea was so wide-ranging it could bring Australian capitalism tumbling down, or it was too narrow to get the job done.