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Stanhope and Carnell ride again

By johnboy - 21 February 2012 21

2CC is very excited and wants you to know they’ve engaged the services of Jon Stanhope and Kate Carnell to talk about ACT politics.

Former Chief Ministers Jon Stanhope and Kate Carnell have new jobs. From next week they will commence work with 2CC as Political Commentators.

Whilst the ACT election is still seven months away, the electioneering and mud slinging is well underway in the Assembly. Stanhope and Carnell will join 2CC to discuss the issues, tactics and policies throughout the election campaign. They will also raise their own thoughts and ideas about Canberra.

2CC Program Director Peter Davidson says the two big-name signings will create discussion about our great city and where it’s headed.

The email which sent out the media release included this reminder:

Remember that Pauline Hanson is becomes a talkback radio host tomorrow and Thursday between 3-6pm.

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astrojax 1:16 pm 25 Apr 12

steele_blade said :

Alderney said :

I listen to and watch the ABC and have never, and will most likely never, vote Green or Labor. I am an out and proud liberal (notice the small l).

Unfortunatley, liberal is too often used as a term of derision in the ‘liberal’ party.

You do realise that small ‘l’ liberal and capital ‘L’ Liberal are on different ends of the political spectrum don’t you? Perhaps not.
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/liberal – a. Not limited to or by established, traditional, orthodox, or authoritarian attitudes, views, or dogmas; free from bigotry.
b. Favoring proposals for reform, open to new ideas for progress, and tolerant of the ideas and behavior of others; broad-minded.

No Liberal politician springs to mind when I read that definition, which explains why they use ‘liberal’ as a term of derision. If you are a ‘liberal’ and you’ve rejected Labor and the Greens then you are pretty much out of options on election day unless you can find an independent to your liking.

rekkun we’re all pretty much out of options amid this talentless crop of twats that pass for politicians at the moment, but that’s another story…

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