If things weren't already terrible for the government on marriage equality, the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister are front and centre in two other big problems.
Those of us who have paid attention to the topic have long known that NBN's pricing model would lead to problems when people actually started connecting.
A government committed to investing "good debt" in infrastructure would fully fund a world-class national broadband network in Australia.
The Australian Federal Police has twice, in less than a year, shown an entire lack of respect for the journalists and their sources, in defiance of the law.
The names of NBN Co employees communicating with ALP staffers were seen on emails during AFP raids in Melbourne last year.
The national broadband network does not belong to millionaire bureaucrats or Liberal MPs. It belongs to you, the taxpayer, and you have the right to demand better.
Centrelink, rainbow flags, public servants in McDonald's, "bombings" and the ABC. It was all happening at Senate estimates on Tuesday.
We might not have to wait for Wyatt Roy's prime ministership for the NBN to be sold.