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Thank God That’s Over!

27/03/2011

On Saturday March the 26th, New South Wales took a deep breath and expelled out the bad.

The Liberal/National Party success in New South Wales was overwhelming even to those who celebrated the spoils.

Barry O’Farrell and his team have done an amazing job and must celebrate the success with gusto. What they also need to do is find their training wheels and fast.

With 16 years in opposition I doubt any of the now ex- NSW opposition has experience in government. It was one of the things that worked in their favour as 16 years of government became  weight that NSW ALP could not bare as well as continue with the backstage animosity amongst themselves.

In the spite to ensure one from their own party remains unsuccessful, they have driven the party into obscurity for a decade to come at least.

Liberal/National have not only the need to get on top of the job quickly, they then have to pave and hew a way to get to their targets. And although have a wide variety of skills and experience, they have just entered the realm of the test match of their game. First class games don’t count. Good luck!

Now as to the state of play re the Federal Game, it’s a little too close to call. NSW has wanted to get rid of this anger for a while and the steam has definitely been released! The question for the Federal coalition is can they snap the lid on the pot quickly and let it boil in their favour or have the lids well and truly blasted off.

The situation at Christmas Island will not help the government and Chris Bowen will need to do a lot of work to get to a solution acceptable by Australians as soon as possible. Further, the Coalition have let the situation do its own talking and Scott Morrison has not needed to inflame anything.

The government also need to get its message across better re climate change and their policy as there is no greater fear then the unknown and the opposition have no fear of exploiting the unknown.

So the election is over.

Time to get ready for the next one.

A. Ghebranious  2011   (All Rights Reserved)

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One Comment
  1. Jennifer Baratta permalink

    WOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Congrats! Hopefully they do the right thing.

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