I posted yesterday on the sad and sorry lot that are the Greens' new 'high-flyers,' as revealed by their own words. This morning The Frog (who is paid for by you, the taxpayer) defends, or tries to, the all too obvious charge that the Green Party knows nothing about and has no experience of business by posting a list that "proves" their top twelve candidates for 2008 are steeped in business experience (complete with careful massage -- David Clendon, for example morphs from Resource Consultant, ie., parasite, to "Business Adviser").
They have to go to twelve because that's the first genuine appearance of genuine business experience among the planning lecturers, "community development workers" and "climate change campaigners" that dominate. I invite you to view the complete list of losers who seek political power over you, and ask yourself how many have spent any appreciable hours earning a genuine profit instead of sucking off the taxpayers' tit?
Looks like Green business experience is as much an oxymoron as 'Australian culture,' or 'government initiative.' More like ivory tower experience.
Q: What's the biggest theft of NZers' property rights since the war?
A: National's Resource Management Act.
Q: How many of the Greens' top twelve have been feeding from this particular trough?
A: Fully one third of them, for most of their working lives:
- Jeanette Fitzsimons: Planning Lecturer
- Metiria Turei: Resource Management Lawyer
- Catherine Delahunty: tutor and 'mediator' under the Resource Management Act
- David Clendon: Resource Consultant and lecturer in the RMA