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I’d guess these naive MPs in marginal seats were more likely to lose their nerve, fooled by the ABC, and to vote for Turnbull. The best choice is if the good Liberals stay in, and the spineless and the weak are weeded out. A better conservative opposition will help us get a better Labor option too. No more subsidies to Big Renewables (lets do the research, not buy expensive electrons — remember the “free market”? No more pandering to the ABC — split it to left and right wings, or demand equal time for conservative views, or better yet — privatize it and cancel some Labor debt. to bring in emissions trading, nor spend more on “renewables”.

(I haven’t crunched those numbers on the turncoats, feel free to show I’m wrong.) Should we take the Samson Option and blow the house down? At the moment both are pathetic, and voting for Turnbull merely extends the problem. There is no grassroots conservative movement calling for either of these.

Abbott didn’t get rid of the stifling, ridiculous 18C, but neither will Turnbull. We become irrelevant to their thinking, or virtually so. (2) We can keep stop the political spectrum from moving to the left under Turnbull. (3) It is wrong-headed to think long-term and dynamically.” If Abbott had led a government of MPs with principles and backbones — willing to take on the racial-vilification-bullies for instance — would he have axed 18C? There is no chance Turnbull will deliver the things Abbott failed on. (But you’re still invited to dinner Miranda, anytime and with a smile.) I don’t like being on the opposite side to Steve Kates either. On that big-spending note, strangely the Libs have failed to pin them for the massive debt run up by Labor. Cost Australia an awful lot of dollars.) He and Hunt have already said they want us to buy foreign carbon credits.

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Appealing to the passionless “fickle centre” is not a winner in the tweedle-dee-and-dum era It’s not necessarily Armageddon if Labor wins the Lower House, Lib-Nats, independents win the Upper. Better to have a real conservative opposition than a fake conservative government.

Shorten gets to be PM (ugly) but the damage can be limited if the Lib-Nats hold the Senate or, better yet, a serious alternative centre-right group gains a foothold.

Don’t throw the baby out with the water — keep the useful Libs, but weed out the weak.

For starters, did they vote for Abbott in the coup?

Check ‘em out: see the ALA values and core policies. She justifies a vote for Turnbull by pointing out the ways Abbott let down real conservatives. I’m with James Allan — is there for an evolutionary reason: “…there are very good consequences in not allowing yourself to be played for a mug. A party of MPs with principles, who knew what they stood for, wouldn’t have been fooled by the ABC into voting Turnbull in.

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