Premier Sue Hickey?
Certainly a valid question following further grandstanding from the Tasmanian Speaker on Friday.
Ms Hickey holds the balance of power and despite remaining a Liberal MHA she refused to guarantee to remain one long term, meaning the government's instability will only continue.
The government remains a majority, however, stability is contingent on Ms Hickey's personal passions or interests on a day to day basis.
Not ideal even though she has "promised" confidence and supply. Although that promise has not been kept 100 per cent of the time, with Ms Hickey crossing the floor to vote against her own party, in particular during the gender birth certificate reforms.
The issues Ms Hickey has demanded Premier Will Hodgman focus on are meaningful but they are getting lost amongst her bravado and the business and community at large is wearing thin for her tactics.
Homelessness, health and social disadvantage all require urgent action and her ideas have merit, but action shouldn't be centred around Ms Hickey's disappointment about missing out on a ministerial position.
Hospital staffing numbers, ambulance ramping, more affordable housing all need addressing with purpose and significant investment. But not just in the south.
As The Examiner has said numerous times before, it is going to take collaboration between political parties and stakeholders, and that includes Ms Hickey.
The Premier has clearly negotiated to keep the very slim majority. If Ms Hickey did defect it would have left the Hodgman Government with just 12 seats of the 25 in the House of Assembly.
Ms Hickey has said her support and supply is guaranteed - for now. But are likely to just be back here again in a few months or see red-faced Liberals watch her cross the floor? If Ms Hickey was a member for Bass and securing us significant and much-needed investment, perhaps more people would be on board. But Bass voted for a majority Liberal Government.
The time for politics and belligerence is, or should, be over. But time will tell.