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Jason

It's not the point, but for the record, Labor was out by about 200 miiolln, which was well within the Treasury's margin of error. In other words, their costings were about as spot on as you could ever expect.The Libs were out by a massive amount. That's why Abbott didn't want Treasury involved and why he felt compelled to break the Charter. Gillard didn't feel compelled to do that. And this was an article about Abbott, not the BER or the Libs or Labor or Julia Gillard or anything else this was about Abbott. If you want to write a comparative piece about both sides not being able to be trusted, go for it, I'm not stopping you. But this article wasn't about that, and that's why I didn't mention any of that stuff. This article is about why Tony Abbott isn't fit to be the leader of any party, or the country. That's the point. It's got nothing at all to do with Party politics.For the record, I resent and repudiate utterly the comment that this was a pro-Labor ode to Gillard. That statement was, frankly,absolute bullshit.

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