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    • The ALP is torn with say the union Blinky Bill and the Rudd pragmatic... the ALP IMO has no idea who it is are they inner city green or outer suburb fight for the poor... This is the same issue that torn the libs apart the hard right TA mob and the MT moderates ....  The ALP lacked a vision and failed to lead the conversation in bring the two together and as for coal, they where to timid to say coal had to be done away with.... but over time ... this inability meant the inner city mod where plased but not happy and Queensland was between not happy and angry...   The ALP needs work out what it stands for and explain it in great detail and argue their case ...   
    • Dunno if I ever mentioned it but my grandfather (the Dundee fan) whilst living in Greenacre was pretty well known amongst Labor people in the 60's and 70's, he even got a young ambitious PJ Keating into the Party. They returned the favour by naming a street there after him, that's not important it's just a bragging point lol Thing is the Labor party have strayed so far from the party they were back then that they lost their spine. People deserted them when they started pandering to The Greens. Next 2 years you'll see a return to those values they stood for back then, mark my words.
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