You would think that by now the Liberal party would have caught on to how political parties should promote their policies. Policies must be clear, concise and unequivocal or they will get lost in a fog of confusion and doubt. And yet, despite this well-established principle that brought success to the great Liberal leaders, Menzies, Howard and Bolte, today’s party seems to have abandoned it.
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