After some consideration, I am electing not to write a full post about the Coalition. My reason for this is simple: most people are aware of exactly who the Coalition is, and far more knowledgeable people than I are analysing their policies in newspapers, in blogs, and on the television. And, frankly, both the Coalition and Labor get an entire series of debates in which to tell us about their policies. It’s not difficult to find information about them (though I will say, past experience has taught me that the Liberal Party are really quite thorough about hiding their policies on their website).
The purpose of this series is to assist people in figuring out who all the tiny parties are. You don’t need me to tell you what I think of the Coalition’s policy. In fact, you probably don’t want me to.
On the same principle, I will also not be writing a full post about the Labor Party when I reach them. Fair is fair. If I find myself with too much time on my hands before the election I may come back and have another pass at this (especially for the Nationals, who really don’t get their share of coverage), but for now, I’m just going to briefly discuss the Coalition’s senate ticket and then move on. (I think we all know that HEMP is going to be far more entertaining anyway…).