Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A stupid, empty threat

John Key apparently threatened that if the Maori Party don't like National's foreshore and seabed proposals, the present Act will remain in place. It's a stupid, empty threat. To point out the obvious, National's polling is only going to go down, and they are only 2% and a coalition realignment away from opposition. Which means that if Key fails to satisfy the Maori Party, then he won't be Prime Minister after the next election. It really is that simple.