Re: Re: Canberra Liberals' proposed public transport plan would see a busway replace light rail with locally built electric buses
  Mark Skinner

It's marketing. Offer something different from the offer of the competition
to differentiate yourself.

That's a valid strategy, especially since people out there are also saying
Lib-Lab are the same.

The Liberals in SA ran successfully in the 1980s on the platform of the
O-Bahn being better than light rail...and were lucky that people live the

They ran successfully in spruiking their NBN vs Labor’s.

So, given that people vote for these alternatives, it is hard to blame
parties for doing it. It works.

Mark Skinner

On Wed, 3 Apr 2024, 1:04 pm David McLoughlin,>

> It's the ultimate in political pettiness.


> In Sydney, the Liberals supported trams because Labor opposed them. In

> Canberra, Labor supports trams because the Liberals oppose them.


> On and on and on and on it goes....


> On Wednesday, April 3, 2024 at 11:18:35 AM UTC+13 Greg Sutherland wrote:



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