if so, are these guys legit? Is there a palpable shift in politics toward more libertarianism among Australian 'conservative' circles, or are they more politically opportune than truly principally philosophic?
though, the fact that Day mentioned "Austrian econ," and how both Day and Leyonhjelm are bizmen with real world experiences,
Far from supporting Tony Abbott's signature paid parental leave and direct action on climate change policies, Day and Leyonhjelm - two successful businessmen in their early 60s - will seek to reverse the inexorable growth of government spending and regulation and convince their tyro colleagues to do the same.
even as an outsider observing (granted I haven't researched them deeper than the few articles I've cited so far), I'm leaning more toward the legit side...
please let me know, if they're not, and if you'd like to inform us further on these two and wider political realignment going on in Australia. thanks.
Predictions in due Time...
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