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With Malcolm Turnbull's demise, the Liberal Party's true fear is coming to pass
|Last Edited||IndyGeorgia Aug 26, 2018 01:10pm|
|Media||TV News - Australian Broadcasting Corporation News|
|News Date||Friday, August 24, 2018 03:10:00 PM UTC0:0|
|Description||It's taken 14 years for the Liberal Party to work Malcolm Turnbull, like a splinter, out of its flesh. |
And in a final bout of demented junkie-scratching, they've finally done it.
In the end, the party's break with him was not — whatever anyone says — about policy. It was, and always has been, the inability of the party to accept collectively that Malcolm Bligh Turnbull is one of them.
It's the greatest rejection of his life. And this is a man whose mother walked out on him.
It's also the most expensive, because in Mr Turnbull's pursuit of acceptance within his party in this second period as its leader, he's given up — to please them — so much of what he brought with him into politics.
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