The decrepitude of Victorian politics as the November election approaches is eclipsed only by the obscene self-indulgence of its practitioners.
The state’s political class is comprehensively talentless, comprised of the factionalised remnants of Andrews’ government largely operates absent of democratic or budgetary limitations.
Victoria’s circus-like state opposition is ripping itself apart at the very moment non-Labor voters are in search of someone (anyone) to cauterise the damage inflicted by Labor’s recklessness.
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