The KRudd has been in power less than a year and already it's turning to custard.
So soon after almost losing the Northern Territory, it looks like Labor has lost Western Australia. The Age notes people are tired of Labor's talk and no action attitude.
Andrew Bolt says WA could be the first Liberal state win in a long time, and it being the first Labor state to fall in more than a decade.
This follows the Gippsland by-election , which also saw sharp swings against Labor.
And with Labor in New South Wales in disarray, following the sudden resignation of premier Morris Iemma, and the resignation of the NSW treasurer and deputy , its not looking good for Labor at state level.
While Kevin Rudd brushes off any suggestion of blame, an interesting trend is developing, of states swinging to the coalition.
Now, I have heard some say the states like to be opposite politically to the federal government, regardless of whoever is in charge in Canberra or is Krudd losing his shine and tainting the once powerful Labor brand.
While it looks grim at state level for Labor, federally Roy Morgan still had his government ten points ahead. But at least Australian politics look set for fun and turmoil, with Labor suffering much sooner than I expected.