1. Political parties in the House should learn a valuable lesson that it is simply quite impossible to satisfy both sides of the equation when it comes to policies and issues.
2. There are bound to be some trade-offs. While as much as possible one seeks to represent the sentiments of both sides of the equation, it is still an impossible utopian.
3. Trying to do represent the sentiments of both sides of the equation would give the impression that one has been shifting positions when people scrutinize different situations under a policy domain.
4. How can you be an equally effective voice for the businesses and the workers in labour policies? And how can you be an equally effective voice for the local workforce and the foreign talents in the immigration policy?
5. The way to do things is not about trying to please everybody regarding each and every policy domain. But it is to move forward with recognition that while there are inevitable trade-offs in policy issues, one is still able to safeguard the interests of most of the players involved.