Mar 192009
 

A truly excellent article in Business Spectator today, by economist Alan Kohler. As always, he writes a no-nonsense critique, striking at the heart of the political theatre at play in this country today, which expresses concern for our position in the Global Financial Crisis, but that’s where it all stops. We don’t really have a government, nor do we have an alternative. We have a two party adversarial system in a locked horns battle of one-upmanship which uses the current fiscal debacle in a politically opportunistic fashion for points scoring. What a shame it would be of the theatre ended and true government began.

  2 Responses to “PC Opportunism”

  1. Today’s Reps was a disgrace. The only interest is what focus-group tested catch phrase from the Coalition would next be road tested. And what was the MofPI they brought on, apart from a waste of oxygen on both sides? Disgrace all around.

  2. Today’s Reps was a disgrace. The only interest is what focus-group tested catch phrase from the Coalition would next be road tested. And what was the MofPI they brought on, apart from a waste of oxygen on both sides? Disgrace all around.