- Corporatism (consensus of elected elites) can produce good outcomes, Singapore, Austria and Sweden are often cited as good examples of successful corporatist governments. However, only fools expect elites to remain benevolent even if they started that way. It is in the human nature to use power to guard personal status.
- Organisations that should be advocating for more choices for consumers, use public money to pursue an agenda that is opposite of consumer choice.
- The 'Future Directions' statement implies an overdue recognition that ideas have inspirational authority and is an alternative to messianic leadership which the Liberals do not have.
- The most important policy implemented by the Federal Cabinet has been the deregulation of financial markets.