Joseph Del Duca discusses how cutting the private health is the lastest in a long line of broken promises and bad policy by the Gillard Government:
The Labor Government is in tatters. They have shown time and time again that they have nothing to offer Australia besides broken promises and a long running soap opera over the nation’s leadership.
The Prime Minister places her own self interest over the good of the country and has proven that she would rather lie and avoid the truth than give up the top job.
We have a Foreign Minister whose loathing of the Prime Minister is clear for all to see. He will stop at nothing to get his old job back. The government’s entire focus is on who will win the fight for the leadership.
Labor has tried in vain to pass the leadership tensions off as media spin and scare tactics from the opposition. Nobody bought it. The talk has started, Labor needs to bring this to head as quickly as possible and not allow it to continue to destroy the government. The Prime Minister can deny the writing on the wall as much as she likes but as the saying goes ‘If it looks like a duck and it walks like a duck, then it’s a duck.’
Federal Labor promised us that 2012 would be different. This has not been the case. It seems that nothing has changed from last year. We have a government whose time is more consumed with political infighting than it is in doing its job.
There have only been eight sitting day