I am so far from thinking I would like to teach the Libs a lesson by voting against them that nothing seems more bizarre than voting Labor as a corrective. There is no question that if the Libs had known then what they know now, they would not have installed Malcolm in a pig’s fit. Utterly useless in every way it is imaginable for a leader of a conservative party, who is now more likely to lose the upcoming election than Abbott ever was. If you can see the governments of Victoria and Queensland and you still prefer Labor for three years, then I have nothing to say to you. But perhaps Tony Abbott can persuade you to think again [no link to story]:
By losing control of our borders, building overpriced school halls and installing home insulation batts that caught fire, the Rudd-Gillard government became notorious for its inherent incompetence and waste.
By introducing a carbon tax and a mining tax, it demonstrated its addiction to big government.
Just how much lasting damage was done by the worst government in our history is only now starting to become apparent.
But Labor hasn’t learned and would do it all again – and more.
They may be incapable of learning which is the worst part of all.