Hello everybody, with three small days left until the eAustralian Presidential elections. (or do you guys call it prime ministerial down here )The race is truly starting to heat up, or should i say fizzle out? Well i sure hope not because how boring would that be?
The Green and Gold party founder and current nominee to take the hot seat, Mr Crumpets. has put out articles detailing his cabinet positions, some of which I do not agree with, but that is why he is running and I am not. I am surprised however by the lack of backlash from the rest of the community. His articles are perhaps the first ones i have seen that haven't turned into out right flame wars. But i continue, the only departments he has yet to talk about are Human Services, Immigration and Information which i am sure e will discuss with us at a later date.
On the other side of the ticket is Tim_Holtz, he is running under the Australian Communist Party (ACP). He has released a single article discussing his ideas with domestic policies ie, Centrelink etc. and although other articles have been promised, perhaps most importantly his idea on foreign affairs at the moment. They have yet to appear in any articles.
One can not help but wonder why one candidate appears to be "on the ball" and rightly so, while the other seems to be dragging feet. Has he messaged anybody asking them to be in his cabinet? i cant say whether he has or not. But it is a common fact that if the voters do not clearly understand your ideas they will not vote for you, and as of now their are no ideas to be clear on. I hope that within the next day or two my newspaper feed is filled to the brim with Tim_Holtz's ideas on current affairs.
With the upcoming debate though, i assume that it will surely help fill in the blanks on Tim's plan for his term as dict....i mean.... prime minister... So make sure you all tune in and listen up it will hopefully be around 01:00 eRepublik time if everything goes to plan.
As always, constructive criticism is always welcome but i prefer you to insult my writing in PM then in the comments
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