In his second twirl as PM, Kev Rudd has written to 100 CEOs asking for ideas for improving productivity.
He ''would welcome any suggestions that you have for improving competitiveness and achieving strategic productivity growth''. Mr Murphy offered himself as a contact point ''in the first instance'', said he was available to meet and listed his phone numbers.Rudd & co would argue that this is ‘consultative’. I’d argue that this is a man and a party with no ideas – still.
As with the sad and sorry Gillard government, what’s the point of aspiring to the highest office in the land if you don’t know what to do when you get there?
Rudd woos CEOs