We all understand your point. Problem is politicians can't walk on egg shells wherever you are in hopes that people don't call you out. While I agree
Nominations are certainly part of any democratic process though they may not be, and usually are not, democratic in and of themselves. According to parliamentary
The point isn't about coal it's about vowing to kill an industry then pretending to be a friend of the people that work in that industry.
Why does Joe Prolifer's idea of what the party is matter? Politics is a war of ideas. If Joe Prolifer's values are the minority concensus then too bad.
Your objection is that the change within the parties is not fast enough, not responsive enough. Is that right?