Style over Substance
If you don't believe in anything, you'll fall for everything. It's an adage catching out a lot of today's so-called political leaders.
I try not to be unnecessarily critical of the Liberal Party, but they make themselves easy targets.
Every branch of the National political brand seems caught in a no-man's land of indecision and second-guessing their underlying ethos.
Given what passes for policy these days, many may question whether there is any substantial commitment to their founding values.
I see the Liberals as like a tepid cup of water - not hot enough to make tea with but too warm to drink.
That ideological weakness was brought home by a recent decision of the Queensland division of the LNP.