Friday, 11 June 2010
It is hard to see what the so-called Cabinet split that The Australian is writing about is actually meant to be. Simon Crean dares to makes the sensible observation that a bit more discussions with the mining industry before the announcement of the new super profits tax might have been a good idea and that is supposed to be a Cabinet divided? Give us break. That kind of egg-beater approach is what makes politicians so loathe to ever say what they think, no matter how obvious the comment might be.
Posted by Richard Farmer at 11:21