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Wouldn’t it be weird if all the political writers put their attention to important issues?
Is the Labour Party important? Why? Is an opposition important? Why? Are there motives for outsiders who have this current manic interest in the Labour party?
Is the crazed excitement of anti-Labour bloggers because with the demise of that party, the way will be even more clear for the present Government to carry out its “good work?”
Wouldn’t it be weird if all the political writers let us know why they think this is an important issue so we could get a sense that it is more than some sort of weird, frenzied, lemming-like, incestuous orgy where they want to be part of the fun and are scared of missing out?
Shearer’s MPs are more like the high school cadets. But listening to Sousa’s high school cadets is more upbeat than watching Labour Party’s infight and self-destruction, which is good for National (Labour lite).