Friday, 22 August 2014

The policy that is not a policy

Is it still a policy if you promise not to do it?

3 comments:

  1. An odd comment, and not the first time the PM has used this bizarre logic.

    His refusal to pay David Bain compensation was on the grounds a lot of people think Bain is guilty so may get upset.

    If ever there was a need for one law for all, regardless of small groups not liking it, it is over Maori seats (and Bain compensation)

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  2. Remember that especially under FPP - but also to an extent under MMP - the Maori seats help National and the Right by quarantining a population of hard-left voters out of the general seats. Dump those voters back onto the general roll and more electorates will go red.

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  3. So ought Mr Bain to be compensated? What do you think?

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