Young Labor joins rumbles around Ripper

The rumblings around Opposition leader Eric Ripper continue to get louder, with the party's youth division calling for a fresh face to lead Labor.


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Hey Matt nice call! Cannot disagree that Ripper has not had a not-ripper-run of late... The ALP needs a very good leader not a younger leader! so you presume you simply find a bright young face and people will come back? Do that and Barnett will tear them limb from limb, then you can find another fresh face devoid of policy, experience and achievement and then another... The problem with Labor is your policy philosphy is toxic, negative & nasty, outdated and suits those who are bitter and twisted, who hate anyone who find success... Good luck Junior Labor!

As long as Labor continues with the federalist agenda of giving everything away to Victoria and NSW they will never return to prominence within Western Australia. We gave them every opportunity during the eighties and early nineties but they have proved themselves time and time again to be unworthy of our trust. Federal Labor is run by the NSW right remember, and they see WA as a group of people far away from the dependence states who do not vote for them.

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