Maybe next time for the Libs

Saturday's state election is unlikely to shine in the annals of Western Australian political history as a memorable event.


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North Lake
Joe, your comments above , and in other major publications you scribe to, carry a consistent editorial theme. It comes over as Labor needs a kicking but the Liberals wont (shouldn't) get in anyway. This is a remarkably similar line to that run by the Premier this week. That is , 'sure we're bad but the Liberals are worse". The Premier is clearly trying to garner support from the 'pox on both your houses' swingers, so I can understand his logic. But exactly what is your reasoning? I have watched you become more and more strident in your critisism of this government over the last several years, with debacle after debacle slapping us in the face. Now, on the brink of possible change, you draw back? You can't possibly be suggesting this government deserves a third term are you? Your credibility is on the line here so think about it.

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