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Concern as blue-ribbon seats go Green

Both the major political parties are worried about the Greens’ growing influence at the national level.


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Geeez, you're kidding right? In denial about climate change much???? Wow. I thought i was reading Business News, not Baseless Rants and Blatant Lies Monthly. Back to your cave Joseph, and find some better journo's BN.

The Greens are simply pinching votes from the left of the ALP not the Liberal Party. There are many people on the Left who are despondent about the control Unions exert on the ALP and rather than play that game choose to put their lot in with the Greens. And more so today considering many union people are just self serving and social climbing albeit on a different ladder. The Liberals are more likely to loose votes to rightist parties like Clive Palmer's mob.

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