Liberal dysfunction: Conservative Senators needed more than ever

August 25, 2018

Conservative Party Senators are needed now more than ever given the dysfunction in the Liberal Party, according to Queensland Conservative Party Senate candidate Lyle Shelton.

“While we wish the new Prime Minister Scott Morrison well, it is clear that the replacement of a Liberal “moderate” leadership team with a “moderate” leadership team means not much has changed.

“This is the same team who under Malcolm Turnbull saw the Liberal Party embrace Green-Left policy on electricity generation, gender fluidity in the military, unsustainable debt and immigration levels that have outstripped infrastructure. Our nation remains captive to Paris, political correctness, and big government,” Mr Shelton said.

“There is still a desperate need to restore common sense. This week’s chaotic events in Canberra are driving voters towards parties like the Conservatives,” he continued .

“Just as voters punished Labor for its coup culture, voters will punish the Liberals and we recommend that the safest way to send a message to both major parties is to vote Conservative in the Senate. While we don’t want to undermine the Coalition Government we do want to influence it to make it better by offering disenchanted voters ‘club sensible’ in the Senate,” Mr Shelton concluded.

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