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The Forum > General Discussion > My List Of What The Coalition Must Do To 'Get Back In'.

My List Of What The Coalition Must Do To 'Get Back In'.

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To regain government , the Coalition must:

. Slash immigration
. Dump Net Zero
. Oppose the Albanese 'misinformation' Bill
. Protect free speech
. Shun a digital ID
. Keep cash
. Fix the school curriculum
. Cut ABC funding
. Clear out "moderates"
. Get a new leader?

Of course, the Lefty posters don't want the Coalition to regain government, but do the rest of you agree/disagree? Do you have anything to add?
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 28 February 2024 1:19:38 PM
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ttbn,
Spot-on & add using the Peter Principle be made a crime.
Posted by Indyvidual, Thursday, 29 February 2024 8:05:21 AM
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The Coalition faces a slim chance of returning to power
for the next 2 decades unless it gets young voters on
board according to a new report from the Center for
Independent Studies.

The report says that younger generations consistently
rate climate change, the environment, and housing, as
the most important issues.

We're told that the Coalition has not put forward any
radical solutions to these problems. Also the widening gap
in economic security between generations, especially in
housing doesn't help.

The Coalition needs to lift its game with policies that will
attract more younger people, otherwise it will receive the
same shock that it did at the last election. The outmoded
tactics of only attacking the opposition no longer appeals to
many people.
Posted by Foxy, Thursday, 29 February 2024 8:25:31 AM
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Indyvidual

Yes. The problem is that the way politicians are chosen in the first place means that they are going to be incompetent from the outset. They are already too incompetent to be promoted past the back bench. Albanese is a glaring example of that, and it seems that Dutton reached his peak as immigration minister.

The Coalition needs to come up with policies, not jog along with slightly watered down Labor policies as it is now. The list consists of new policies that neither side seems interested in, despite the fact that a good many voters from right and small l left are crying out for them. Albanese is hard, hard Left and tyrannical, not caring what voters want; and Dutton has so far presented as a dill. The Liberals might as well have stuck with that other dill, Morrison.
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 29 February 2024 9:23:31 AM
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Hopefully the Liberal party does not heed the CIS.

Young people with their knickers in a knot about climate change, the environment and trendy woke ideas have the Greens, the Teals, and Labor to vote for (until they mature and have to provide for themselves and a family). They won't vote Liberal in a fit, even though it was a Liberal PM who signed up to Net Zero, and his replacement is only a centimetre to the left of Labor on climate change and wind and sun power.

The Liberal Party has to return to its roots and to the working class and outer suburbanites that have all been deserted by Labor. They have to stop putting up wets in seats where very few people will vote for them anyway, and they have to discipline the wets within. The Birminghams, the Leesers, and a couple of the madwomen on the back benches.

Or, they could get out of the way altogether and let the Nationals - who didn't lose a seat at the last election - have a go.

I know why I no longer vote Liberal; and I'm sure that I know why thousands of other voters have also given them the flick. None of us wants a virtual one party state because the current drones in the party don't have the guts to stand up for them with sensible policies.
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 29 February 2024 11:02:19 AM
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Dutton is a very good Minister but he'll fail as PM just as Abbott & the others failed. Dutton should focus on being a reliable Deputy PM where he can make a difference. If he goes for PM he'll hand a Labor mutt the job. He's let the Leftist media walk all over him in the ridicule department. Unless he hits back at them & is seen to hit back at them, he'll lose the election.
Bail up some of those idiot journalists & make them look as stupid as they are & he'll go up in the popularity stakes like Trent Zimmermann used to.
Posted by Indyvidual, Thursday, 29 February 2024 11:30:53 AM
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