Politics

Dec 24, 2012

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Unlikely but not impossible. If you wonder what trailing 45% to 55% in the two party vote means to your election chances then here's a clue. Essential's Peter Lewis wr

Richard Farmer

Crikey political commentator

Unlikely but not impossible. If you wonder what trailing 45% to 55% in the two party vote means to your election chances then here’s a clue. Essential’s Peter Lewis writing in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph on Saturday:

Time for a new party? It’s assessments like that above that lead to stories like this:

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2 thoughts on “Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

  1. klewso

    Fatwa/”selling papers” – would they do it if didn’t?

  2. tonyfunnywalker

    I note the OZ thinks that a drovers dog will win the next election – yes and she is called Julia, Tony is still in training as he keeps missing the gate and the clock is running out. Running second again in 2013 Tony?

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