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June 19, 2013

The time draws nigh for the federal Labor Government. It will be trounced in the September election and the Coalition will have won a substantial majority. That is what the opinion polls say and they have been saying it consistently.

POpeDseventhSeal.jpg David Pope

Pope gives part of the answer for why this is the case---Labor 's disunity ever since Rudd was disposed by Gillard. This has also been a significant driver. Is it the equivalent of the plague in Ingmar Bergman's Seventh Seal.

The civil was within federal Labor has been a dance macabre No one escapes political death. All are equal in this death.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 2:46 PM |