his definition of beating Mr Key was not getting more votes than National or being a more popular leader - it’s about stitching together a government with the Greens and whomever else
As usual, Labour is looking to stitch up the electorate. Fat chance of that happening, it has to firstly get the votes.
But when Key possibly has to horse trade post-election with rabid feral greenie nutters to cobble together a coalition of the damned to retain power, will the Nats be prepared to give up such positions?
I think not and like many, will never again consider voting for National which has reneged on all of its stated principles these past two terms. Such is the price of getting into bed with the separatists. The Nats will have a hard fight for votes next time, having squandered their chances.
Either way we get a socialist government full of communists. At least the ferals do not deny being watermelons. Damn the lot of them!