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No role for the droverís dog: the contemporary emphasis on leadership : Comments

By Rae Wear, published 7/11/2011

This highly personalised political sphere provides the perfect environment for populist politics.

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Maybe Rae, but who amongst 'us' asked for political parties to behave this way?

Why the ALP dumped the role of the branches in creating policy was never understood by branch members, but that is what has happened over the years since Hawke-Keating.

The state should stop paying these people for their election results.

That might help to develop a sharper edge to their dealings with us all.

After all, isn't it politicians who insist on the dangers of endless welfare?

Doesn't being on a gravytrain undermine initiative and sap effort?

If it's good enough for us, frankly, it's good enough for them.
Posted by The Blue Cross, Monday, 7 November 2011 8:48:47 AM
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The drovers dog has gone to England. No leadership there, only gravy-train slops. Middle class welfare. It had to come they are doing it tough. Payd by big business pollution. More obstacles on the road for dismantling. Toni is gathering tarnish more as the day goes on.
Posted by 579, Tuesday, 8 November 2011 2:56:36 PM
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