Monday, August 29, 2005

Brogden steps down

A glorious day for those Libs who dislike John Brogden. His stupidity cost him the leadership (see the previous post).

The next question is who will be the next leader? Hopefully someone as youthful as Brogden, with innovative ideas, but with experience. I don't know of anyone. Do you?

I doubt that David Clarke will run as leader. He is too strange for the public. Barry O'Farrell and Peter Debnam are two names being flung around alot at the moment. I wonder who the Right will be putting forward. In fact, I wonder whether there will be a preferred candidate of the Right who will get in based on preselections being withheld from members who don't support him/her or whether someone like O'Farrell or Debnam get in based on Caucus numbers.

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Manny Is Here: Brogden steps down

Monday, August 29, 2005

Brogden steps down

A glorious day for those Libs who dislike John Brogden. His stupidity cost him the leadership (see the previous post).

The next question is who will be the next leader? Hopefully someone as youthful as Brogden, with innovative ideas, but with experience. I don't know of anyone. Do you?

I doubt that David Clarke will run as leader. He is too strange for the public. Barry O'Farrell and Peter Debnam are two names being flung around alot at the moment. I wonder who the Right will be putting forward. In fact, I wonder whether there will be a preferred candidate of the Right who will get in based on preselections being withheld from members who don't support him/her or whether someone like O'Farrell or Debnam get in based on Caucus numbers.

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