Thursday, 10 July 2008

Greens reveal their approach to law and order

While demand grows across the country for increased action to protect individuals from criminals, the wife of Green Party list candidate Gareth Hughes releases the Green Party's informal law and order policy at the Green Party blog, announcing that for any "proud activist ... within reasonable limits a bit of trespass, a bit of property damage, a bit of general disruption is fine. Quite fun, too." [Hat tip Whale Oil]

Since one searches in vain for a law and order policy at the Greens' site, feel free to ask co-leaders Jeanette Fitzsimons and Russel (with one 'l') Norman if they agree with that informal policy, and if this is indicative of the Greens' general attitude t0 people and their property.

Email Jeanette:
Email Russel (with one 'l'):

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