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One Nation, many leaders, few (cogent) ideas

22 November 2016

7:25 AM

22 November 2016

7:25 AM

Controversial former Australian politiciOf all the political imperatives missing in Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party, loyalty, unity and personality rate among the highest.

Logic is also in short supply.

Ambition in Clinton-like measures is a different matter, not to mention opportunism.

Hanson’s tortured logic has broad appeal in the ten minute before closing crowd at any Australian pub, though it really fails the pub test.

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