‘A government is only as good as its opposition’.
That old adage has been been thrown around for as long as I can remember and has been cited more times than I would care to count.
And it holds true in Australia’s political theatre.
We clearly don’t have a good government at the helm. This must then imply that we don’t have a good opposition.
Certainly, we don’t.
The Shorten Opposition is so demonstrably soft that I’m half inclined to suggest that the anger and frustration from the March in March should have been aimed straight at them. They are not performing as an opposition should. Simple. The government could (possibly) be a better government if the opposition would be a better opposition. But at the moment they don’t seem capable.
Show me just one Labor voter who is satisfied with their performance.
They have sat…
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