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Graham Young

Graham Young is chief editor and the publisher of On Line Opinion. He is a writer, and a former vice-president and campaign chairman of the Queensland Liberal Party.

According to my research, Australians are overwhelmingly opposed to sending 450 extra troops to Iraq.   Even a third of those who vote Liberal are opposed.   My analysis is based on online qualitative research conducted by former ALP Senator John Black and me as part of a segment called “What the people want” on Steve Austin’s ABC radio programme.

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Accusations by Russell Galt, a former Liberal Federal Electorate Committee Chairman that Senator George Brandis called the Prime Minister a "lying rodent" over the children overboard affair shed more light on Howard's problems with the Queensland Liberal Party than they do on what he knew and when he knew it.

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Merging the Liberal and National Parties makes about as much sense as merging Coke and Pepsi. If Pepsi and Coke merged less people would drink cola – not more. Constant competitive rivalry boosts consumption as new products reach out to new markets, whether its soda or politics.

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Most elections since World War II have seemed to be a race for the middle with most effort being put into wooing the average Australian. This analysis was overly simplistic and only made sense because the National (Country) Party and the DLP securely delivered a blue-collar conservative vote to the Liberal Party, allowing it to work the centre.

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Most elections since World War II have seemed to be a race for the middle with most effort being put into wooing the average Australian. This analysis was overly simplistic and only made sense because the National (Country) Party and the DLP securely delivered a blue-collar conservative vote to the Liberal Party, allowing it to work the centre.

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