Labour leader David Shearer—who was voted in by Labour members only 2 years ago—has resigned today, citing a lack of full support from his caucus colleagues.
That’s putting it mildly.
Over the last two years his caucus colleagues, especially the three listed below, have directed more fire at Shearer from behind the scenes than they have in the open across the aisle at Key.
So where to now for the rudderless Labour Party, under which of the colleagues who’ve spent the last three years rat-fucking their elected leader?
Back to 60s unionism with Andrew Little?
Back to Clarkist anti-corporate interventionism with David Cunliffe?
Or back to the disingenuous Rowling-lite slipperiness of Grant Robertson?
Would you want to buy a used car from any of them?