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A Labor voter all my life, as of 2014 I will be a counsellor at JuLIAR's camps.
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Never let it be said that Greens leader Bob Brown isn’t good at burying a lede. This week, again, he managed to let a reasonable point get clouded by a cheap quote.
Bob Brown buries the lede | Crikey - today’s editorial (non paywalled)
This helps me to say what i’ve been wanting to say for a while, that is that, imo, the Greens may well have as much issue with their rhetoric than their policies in growing their support and influence. I’m not deluded, i don’t think they’re likely to become or need to be aiming to be a major party in the current political structure, but i do think using “culprits” and “coal barons” is completely unnecessary. I’m pretty sure their policies, whether they be thinking collectively about managing the risk of future flooding or supporting gay marriage, actually have pretty broad support in Australia, but that some of that support would be turned off by the language of student Marxists.