Writing the Narrative, or should that be “Righting the Narrative”?

6 Oct

Having lost the election, it is high time Labor started selling itself as a competent, successful and efficient government instead of buying into the oppositional attacks and negative narratives applied to them by the widespread anti-progressives.

The Australian Independent Media Network

“As a result, a story has emerged about Labor that goes like this. Faced with the transformation of its old supporter base, and having failed to build a new one, it has lost belief and self-belief. Machine men predominate. Policy is made only with an eye on the focus groups.

But another story is also true. Through a traumatic period, Labor ministers have focused on producing good policy. They deserve more credit for it than they have got. Their response to the global financial crisis led the world, and they have kept the economy strong since then.”

A Year in My Father’s Business James Button

“Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has admitted Labor did not have a mandate for introducing a carbon tax, naming it as a major policy the party “got wrong” during its term in Government.

Asked on Insiders this morning why the Government deserved to be re-elected…

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