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Mr. Hamada, a former political scientist, is a first-term LDP lawmaker.
It ought to point to irresponsible comments on nuclear weapons by the prime minister, his former finance minister, and, most recently, Sakamoto Goji, a six-term LDP member and director general of the party organization.
Each has significant liabilities, effectively summarized by Yamauchi Koichi, the blogging first-term LDP lower house member:
Quoting from past LDP premiers who "stood at this very podium to reach out to all parties," Mr. Noda called the LDP's refusal to debate the issue a disservice to an aging nation that can no longer borrow from future generations to maintain its social-security programs.
The LDP is the largest opposition party and has been growing increasingly uncooperative as the prime minister's public support remains at low levels, currently around 30%.
The LDP will be a document which sets out a vision for Cardiff and outlines how the city will develop over the next 15 years.
The collapse of the LDP was a combination of historical misfortune, a leadership vacuum, and the realignment of minor parties to create a viable alternative.
DPJ politicians say an "iron triangle" has developed among bureaucrats, big business and the LDP, which is stifling innovation.
"We want people to know the LDP is a party that encourages free debate," said Yuriko Koike, a former television anchorwoman who hopes to be Japan's first female prime minister.
But in rural America, the LDP is a topic at backyard barbecues and local diners along with the high school football team and the weather.