Unflusha: If Labor loses, will he stick around?

Will the ‘drover’s dog’ have its day?

In 1983, when the election was announced, Bill Hayden resigned to make way for Bob Hawke, saying: “I believe a drover’s dog could lead the Labor Party to victory the way the country is and the way the opinion polls are”.

Source: The Conversation

Unfortunately for the ALP, there isn’t any saviour waiting in the wings and Rudd’s sticky-leader motion means that Labor will be stuck with BS.


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