Saturday, November 24

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Not Unexpected

John Howard is out, and we're in for at least three years of Labor fumbling.  Economically, the new government is unlikely to do much harm; they'll likely continue the policies that have been forming ever since the Hawke and Keating days.

When it comes to international relations however - based on their campaign statements - the new Labor government is a bunch of bumbling clowns.

But at least it's not Mark Latham.  Judging by his post-election meltdown, Australia dodged a bullet there.

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1 It's kind of sad that Howard didn't even get reelected to Parliament. That's really adding insult to injury.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sunday, November 25 2007 01:51 AM (+rSRq)

2 That could have been due to some local issue that had little to do with his performance nationally. Sometimes it's hard to keep your constituency happy when you're busy running the country.

Posted by: Old Grouch at Sunday, November 25 2007 10:45 AM (GLhvz)

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