If you’re worried about religious freedom and freedom of speech, vote no, and if you don’t like political correctness, vote no because voting no will help to stop political correctness in its tracks,” he said.
And if you change marriage, you change society; because marriage is the basis of family; and family is the foundation of community.”
“It’s time to say that political correctness has got completely out of hand and to vote ‘no’ to stop it in its tracks,” Mr Abbott wrote.
While 75 per cent of Mr Abbott’s Warringah electorate voted in favour of same-sex marriage, he was among 10 Coalition MPs who chose to abstain from putting their vote through.
A ReachTEL poll published in The Sunday Herald and The Sunday Age over the weekend suggested voters are well and truly switched off him.