Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Not a serious party

National has rejected the constitutional stocktake. Having raised the question of the role of the Treaty, they are now refusing to sit down with other New Zealanders and look at possible solutions. These are not the actions of a serious political party interested in long-term solutions to our country's problems, but those of a gang of desperate opportunists. It speaks volumes about their position that the only party which shares it that led by Winston Peters.

Just Left has more thoughts here.