Since when do governments not act in accordance with trying to win elections and staying in government?stumpjumper wrote:Well. It looks as though the ALP under Weatherill will be as slippery as it ever was under Rann.
There’s a bye-election coming up in the Port, so the Labor heads get together and decided that dangling the bright jewel of a re-visited Port redevelopment might pull votes.
Just how stupid do you take people for when you post your usual propaganda?
I'm sure the only reason they want to kick-start such a large stalled development in a key area like the Port is to win a bi-election.
I'm sure there's no other reason. I'm sure they are as slippery as you claim they are. Like, really.
You said once that you only want to hold governments accountable, regardless if they are Labor or Liberal.
Yet the new Premier has barely had time to warm his seat in parliament and you are already at it again with the usual anti-Labor...sorry, excuse me, anti-government, rants.
The guy hasn't had a chance to screw up yet, and you're nailing him to a cross.
I do agree with one thing though..
They should demolished it long ago.To have the old red brick mill towering empty and unregarded over the failed Newport Quays development is a joke.
Anyway, the only thing I don't like the sound of is their intention to involve the council.