Sunday, 17 April 2005

Deborah is not in the house

As most of you already know, Deborah Coddington is retiring as an MP at the next election (as it seems will most of the present ACT caucus) saying her recent marriage means she now longer sees things in black and white, and she is no longer angry enough to spend her days attacking people.

More's the pity, since both New Zealand and the ACT caucus are in worse shape than when she jumped ship from Libertarianz three years ago to become an ACT MP and change the world.

I wish her well in whatever she decides to pursue. Perhaps she could write stories like this and this again, stories that once won her a Qantas Award for her journalism?

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