Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned

WHILE you won’t need Bushwhacker to point out that the whiff of an election campaign has turned to a full-blown stench since Federal Parliament resumed this month, I thought it worth having a look at the unfolding strategy for the next couple of months. And, more importantly, how that tactical game will likely benefit the agricultural sector, a lot.

Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned Promises and funds flow as Bradbury lesson goes unlearned

The Murray Darling Basin and its management will be under the spotlight in the next Federal Election, Bushwhacker says. Picture courtesy MDBA.

The reason there is a tactical game required now (or a contest at all) ahead of a likely election date of May 11 or May 18 is that Labor leader Bill Shorten has failed to take the advice of