Green Party so called 'vandalism' and Epsom Tea Party Tapes
YAWN. Green Party 'vandalism' huh?
Have the Greens become so middle class they have forgotten their activist beginnings? If you haven't defaced an ACT or National Party billboard at sometime in your life, you aren't an Aucklander.
Desperately trying to be middle class and protecting property rights is just so weak. If the Greens don't want activists, I think the MANA Party will want them.
'Vandalism' is spray painting swastikas or burning crosses. Pithy critiques of National Party spin however are as far from 'vandalism' as a microphone recording a conversation at a press conference is as far from phone hacking the family of a murdered child.
Which brings us to the fiasco in Epsom.
John Key's comments on the Epsom Tea Party Tapes are as charming as a blind date with Zac Guildford. It is clear now that Banks and Key discussed over throwing Brash and slagged off NZ First voters, why on earth they would discuss these things in full sight of the media taking photos on the other side of the window is well beyond me, but the impact of it being a 'game changer' is accurate if NZ First voters get miffed at Key and make sure they vote.
Older National Party voters who dislike selling assets are looking for an excuse to party vote elsewhere, it looks like Key might have provided them with it.