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LDP could re-emerge after losses

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LDP needs to plan for next elections via better and better candidates.

DPJ won because of LDP made mistakes bigtime.

Time for LDP to come out with a plan to present itself as a better party, for next elections via new changes.

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The thing to do is to investigate the LDP for corruption and indict as many LDP crooks as possible. The LDP should never be allowed to come back. Never.

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Yeah! "Fix all of our problems in a year, DPJ, or we'll throw you out and install the same party that have screwed things up for the past 50 years." Nice thinking there. (/sarcasm)

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The LDP will be back stronger than ever. Look for a landslide win in next summer's Upper House election.

What is the DPJ doing? I can't name a single law they've passed since winning the election.

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I can't name a single law they've passed since winning the election.

yeah its been 4 whole days !!! what the hell are they doing ??!!

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Yep the DPJ hasn't even started yet, and they are counted out. Who the h@ll writes this drivel?

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Jean,

good suggestion. The DPJ should focus on the pension screw up and put a few LDP folks in jail for robbing the people of their own money. After fifty years there is enough dirt on the LDP to bury the whole party for good. That is if the DJP wants to play hardball.

The LDP does not deserve to survive after the Mori-Abe-Aso-Zumi-Fakuda parade of fools and incompetents.

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Yep the DPJ hasn't even started yet, and they are counted out. Who the h@ll writes this drivel?

Who writes it? Voters, realists, people who have watched the DPJ do nothing for hundreds of hours in power.

why do they still not have a cabinet?

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TokyoRoughGuy, I hope you're being sarcastic, since the Prime Minister remains Aso and the DPJ is still not in power.

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