September 5, 2005

Before members start feeling too sorry for John Brogden, bear in mind his recent pledge to sack 30,000 public sector workers if elected Premier, which itself came hot on the heels of his promise to abolish the state IRC and Awards and dump us all into Howard’s nightmarish federal system. Having concluded (rightly) that there will be bugger-all public sector votes for the Liberals, the Opposition has reverted to its age-old habit of kicking public servants.

Keep in mind, also, that Brogden was a Liberal “moderate”, whereas his successor – the “battler from Vaucluse” Peter Debnam – is a signed-up member of his Party’s hard-right.



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