Finally Federal ALP have discovered a way to get worse. They already bought Bob Carr and now they want Morris Iemma to join the team in the seat of Barton.http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/push-for-iemma-in-canberra/story-e6freuy9-1226479809355
Of course Morris Iemma was a joke in NSW the whole time he was in office, we always knew he was only there because the power brokers at that time had complete control of him. Very impressive, both Premiers of NSW, but they have forgotten to call in Nathan Rees and Kristina Kenealley for they are the ALP Premiers between 1995 and 2011 almost killed off NSW and have left the debt that the Liberals are struggling to deal with right now.
Why stop there Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh who run Qld down between 1998 and 2012.
Then we have Stephen Bracks and John Brumby that did a lot of damage in a short time between 1999 and 2010
Of course Neville Wran and Jay Weatherill have nothing better to do after running SA into the ground between 2002 and present.
Labor tried to damage WA with Dr Geoff Gallop and Alan Carpenter between 2001-and 2008
Labor in Tassie courtesy of Jim Bacon, Paul Lennon and David Bartlett are always looking for a handout after Labor have held power since 1998 – present.
NT made the mistake of giving Labor a chance with Claire Martin and Paul Henderson between 2001 and 2012. The NT will take a while to recover after the damage caused.
ACT with Jon Stanhope and Katy Gallagher have been help captive between 2001 to present. ACT was always a little precious, however even the Police there have been used ostensibly for political purposes.
There we are the new Federal Labor Party made up mainly of failed politicians from around the states obviously Sam D feels this way he can stack the deck to make sure they all play the same tune, possibly the best liars in Australia and almost all retired on Premiers pensions, have the knowledge about what business are open to “economic negotiations”and who to not approach around Australia when they need the support.
Add these to Gillard and Shorten’s core of unionist bought politicians, and we could say goodbye to Australia as we know it forever.