Wednesday, 24 September 2008

We can see your house from here, Helen


Helen Elizabeth Clark, of 4 Cromwell St, Mt Eden, introduced a law last year requiring all political speech to be regulated one year in three, including the rule that all such speech must include the name and address of the person who "authorises" it.  So the Libertarianz party has followed the law with our billboards, and as the Herald has just noticed we've included on with it not just the name and address of the fine chap who authorised them, and also the name and address of the woman who mandated that we must.

After all, if she's going to write laws placing at risk the homes of people who criticise her, people whose homes don't come complete with  police protection...

NB: Interesting, don't you think, that the Herald in the picture above chose to blank out Helen's home address, but not the one above it.
Herald picture by Brett Phibbs.

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