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Huge challenges for new government after the buzz of victory

At last, Australia most experienced opposition leader has won the prize for which he been preparing most of his adult life.

Will Hodgman premiership realises a dream of political Oral Steroids Pre Workout power that the Hodgman dynasty has entertained since the 1960s, when Will grandfather Bill unsuccessfully battled Angus Bethune for leadership of the Liberal Party. It must be a huge buzz for him.

But I interested in what happens after the buzz has gone, in the dreams that Hodgman and his newly minted stable majority government may have, not for themselves, but for Tasmania.

The Liberals targeted their Point Action Plan carefully: for tourism operators, more marketing money; for law and order types, more police; for small business, less red and (note the capital) tape; for the health impaired, more elective surgery . that sort of thing.

Such standard election fare says little about what kind of Tasmania is on offer. We entitled to expect the new government to look beyond the next election, to offer new paradigms that can serve us at least for the next decade.

There was a bit of this in Plan There was the laudable aim of a single statewide planning scheme, along with an for 10 times today agricultural production by 2050. Though in the latter case there very little to indicate how so remarkable a goal will be reached.

Then there were the forests. The Liberals would probably rate as visionary their promise to investigate energy from burning waste wood, Methenolone Enanthate Para Que Sirve but the plan tells us nothing about how it might work, economically or practically.

The promise to up the Tasmanian Forest Agreement isn vision but vandalism, threatening to wreck what left of an industry the Liberals say they support. There was no backdown "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" on election night; astoundingly, the Liberals still seem to think it a good idea.

But for all the blaze of publicity around plans, we know next to nothing about the thinking, the world view that will define the new government.

Will Hodgman now has the wider audience that every politician craves, and "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" he got it without offering any comprehensive alternative vision. It a blank slate that could yet turn out to his advantage if he were of a mind to surprise us with some innovative, lateral thinking.

The blankest part of the slate is climate policy. Both Hodgman and his environment minister to be, Matthew Groom, say they committed to effective action to reduce carbon emissions. But so does the Prime Minister, and no one under any illusion that Tony Abbott will actually do anything.

Groom has avoided committing to the comprehensive Smart strategy approved under Premier Lara Giddings after exhaustive public consultation and, like the Abbott Government, Hodgman Liberals will abolish climate agencies set up under Paul Lennon in 2008. These are troubling signs.

A raft of policies on food production and local industry, including $10 million to continue the innovative intelligent sensor network, may in time reduce our emissions bottom line, but none is calculated to have any immediate impact.

Hodgman Liberals will pursue a second Basslink cable to allow Tasmania to export more renewable energy, will support more farm and forest biomass energy, and will seek to renewable energy in Tasmania, though we have no detail as to what this will entail.

Tasmania stands to lose around $70 million annually, paid out of carbon tax revenue to Hydro Tasmania for the renewable energy it produces, if Abbott tax repeal bills pass. If that deficit ever gets linked to higher electricity bills the Liberals will be hard pressed to avoid blame.

You get the feeling that Hodgman, like most Australian politicians, sees climate and sustainability policies as a second order issue. With every year that passes, the shortcomings of such thinking become increasingly obvious. I hope and trust he come to see that too.

The Liberals won this election because Labor time was up. While Team Hodgman ran a disciplined, well resourced campaign and stuck to its time honoured storybook, Labor sounded tired, disunited and without a narrative to save itself.

What else can be said of Lara Giddings and her lost government? There were many false steps, but also much she can be proud of, achieved under financial duress. Add to that the handicap of a back room and media campaign from Labor diehards that ultimately forced "buy cheap jintropin online" her to turn on the Greens.

The diehards notion about returning to party roots is delusionary and futile.

A conservation worker alliance underpinned Labor national success in the 1980s and 1990s. Tasmanian Labor has always liked to see itself as above such arrangements, but that a luxury it can no longer afford.

Despite the huge benefit Tasmania could derive from the forest agreement and the Climate Smart strategy, both look destined for "Oxandrolone Powder India" history dustbin. But whatever their fate, we should acknowledge their value and honour them as signal achievements of a functioning Labor Green partnership.

The Greens have problems, but vision and narrative aren among them. That much was clear from a set speech by leader Nick McKim during the campaign that drew together stories of real world examples of innovation and creativity that Tasmanian governments need to foster and encourage.

But the resonance of that speech stayed with the Greens, because the Greens are seen as a world apart.

As they lick their wounds, they must take a hard Buy Cialis Norway look at that brand, so precious to the likes of an old hand like Kim Booth, now in a battle for the fifth seat in Bass.

Booth has always opposed the alliance with Labor, but a retreat to squeaky clean, glorious isolation is not an option. Tomorrow Greens have to learn to live with dirty hands.

LEN LANGANl of LONGFORD Posted at 12:36 PM March 19, 2014

Kim Booth is unquestionably Masteron Subq a "light on the hill" prospect for The Green in Tasmania but he may prove to have a better future as an Independent. The present Green Leader does not present an attractive, and certainly not a porgressive, image for The Greens in Tasmania. Booth one feels has great depth whilst his Leader is somewhat shallow; a reasonable presenter but void of charisma. Booth has a depth that will always be apparent and intelligently applied. One doubts that The Greens have a future in our political arenas but Kim Booth most certainly has.