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The people of New South Wales have lost : Comments

By Jonathan J. Ariel, published 27/3/2007

Twelve years of hard Labor is too much to bear. Sixteen years is truly cataclysmic.

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Don't be silly - being under the control of Opus Dei - now that really would be frightening!

The NSW Liberals have to wriggle out of the control of the God botherers if they are to have any appeal to the electorate.
Posted by billie, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 8:51:59 AM
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Country link to be sold off

Have you noticed how it has been updated No

How many public service jobs to go

People will have to travel by bus higher fares to be expected for country services.

Then we have city link
more public service jobs to go

How many public servants work for NSW rail

no longer to be public servants

10 thousand, 20 thousand,30 thousand jobs then income from those public service jobs.

who are the suckers the NSW public

Labor
job loses
higher transport fees
country scr#wed

www.tapp.org.au
Posted by tapp, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 9:41:22 AM
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Another balanced piece. What the author is really saying is NSW Libs need to be more like the Fed Libs. This negative campaigns are fine when it's your side winning. If the NSW Libs were not a bunch of god bothers they might have a chance.
Posted by Kenny, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 9:53:11 AM
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Sore loser
Posted by hadz, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 10:02:40 AM
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"You see, Opposition Leader Peter Debnam didnít lose on Saturday. Neither did his Liberal Party"

I think you will find that they did lose, not gaining enough seats to form government is a loss to me.

With the Liberal Party in disarray in NSW, joining their QLD mates, the myth of no factions in the Libs is exposed as the lie it has always been.

Jonathon I think you need to get on the phone and lobby for your local member to retain his job looks like your faction is about to be rolled.
Posted by Steve Madden, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 10:12:58 AM
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Sour grapes! At least NSW Labor is not cutting away at people's rights like the Howard Government. A horrible 11 years of Howard and "spin" (another word for not telling the truth): core and non-core promises (ie what we really promise and the lies we tell); Howard's "never-ever" GST; children overboard; committing an Australian presence in Iraq to Bush and telling the Australian people there had been no decision (the bigger sin than the fabrication about WMD); the oxymoronic Work "Choices" legislation - promoting the myth that ordinary workers can "negotiate" with their employers; a ministerial code that is broken from the time it is laid down until it becomes expedient to implement it on a junior minister.

I think the people of NSW are very wise to reject a liberal party which has been taken over by ultra-conservative, wedge, neo-con interests, and the substitution of principle by expediency.
Posted by Seamus, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 10:14:57 AM
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