RUAP are considered the far right, and the Greens are the far left.
The Liberals are the middle to left, based on a lot of their recent policies.
The ABC tried to get Bill Shorten to explain some of Labor’s policy. Shorten looked like a deer caught in a car’s headlights. He looked completely dazed and couldn’t answer the questions. It would have been funny except for the fact that he is the contender for the top job in the country.
Labor, Greens and the Minor parties are blocking the reforms that Abbott is trying to push through. They say he is arrogant and not listening to them or the voters.
I would like to pose a question to Bill Shorten; “What should the government do to sort out the financial crisis that Labor put us in?”
Labor are blocking the solutions offered by the Liberals, so I am suggesting that you get on TV and tell the voting public what you would do to solve the problem. If you are unhappy with the Liberals solutions, offer your own. If you can’t, then it is time for someone else to step up and do your job. Australia can’t afford to continue down the path to destruction while the politicians fiddle about like Nero.
The full embarrassing radio interview with Jon Faine can be heard here. Bill Shorten wouldn’t, or couldn’t, answer the question of how he could fund his promises. Time and time again he ducked the question, showing that he has absolutely no idea of what to do.