As we've noted before here at Not PC, the one-law-for-all policy was flagship National policy -- the one bright light in a sea of capitulation to marshmallow middle-grounders. Rodney Hide, the Blue Team's water boy, has already tested the waters for a sell-out to get the Maori Party paddling in the Blue Waka, and this morning the Herald reports that "several Auckland National Party officials are behind a move to soften what they believe has been its overly hard-line stance on race issues."
Some people will do anything for power. No surprise to find that at least one of those behind the push to sell out those who voted National is a former ACT member and Hayekian Michael Kidd. Blathered Kidd in the Herald a few weeks ago: "Cultural expression leads to the increase of self-worth and confidence, and implicit in Hayek's argument is that all groups should be assisted [by the government] in the ability to be themselves." I think reading that would make even Hayek sick.