There is something disturbing about the cover of the Women's Weekly, adorned by a beaming Prime Minister.I agree with Chris Uhlmann's analysis of the Labour campaign. It just seems to me that Labour has been like this - phony - for a long time but now it has become more obvious.
It's beautiful, glossy, near perfect. It's also utterly contrived.
It's disturbing because the makeover is a metaphor for the Labor campaign.
- Labor policy make-up melting in political spotlight
Is even Women's Weekly now working against Labour?