In 'The Art of War' Sun Tzu writes "Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster." Helen Clark knows her enemy right down to their spineless marshmallow roots. Said Clark yesterday:
"I think the way National's behaving they are leaving room for ACT because the National Party doesn't stand for anything, the National Party only stands for power and people in ACT at least have things they believe in ..."
Mostly true, yes? Asks Liberty Scott, who reflects on Clark's comment: "What does the National Party stand for that is consistently different from Labour?" Can you give him or Helen an answer?