thank you. it's what the Treaty offers us
These certainly aren't my economic priorities
same for 99% of New Zealanders. Now, how about we ignore all but 1 in 100 words from the silly libertarian feckers?
They play a role in regulating appetite, nausea, mood, pain and inflammation.
Inflammation? I'd love to know more about that. References anyone?
has announced he's leaving Parliament.
it's not the announcing, it's the way we are announcing :)
was quietly fishing around for a soft landing spot
Jones said something to that effect, and he has options. The guy was always better at business than politics, so no surprise he matched McCully's wishlist either.
I might be be blinded be cynicism
Davis seems genuine about this and he has been a good person in the past.
the possessive "our"
think in a collectivist mindset and the problem disappears.
How much better for Cunliffe to have said something like
yes, and how come we can all do a better job of this stuff than those who are paid to?
John Armstrong faithfully regurgitates Nat lines about the Greens being against economic growth, painted as a black/white battle with the environment:
Jones, however, may have seen himself ending up as a paralysed economic development minister in a Labour-Greens coalition which saw him having to constantly battle on behalf of any project with environmental repercussions.
However it is the same mindset we've seen from Jones.
The whole electorate/list thing came about because Kim misunderstood how NZ politics works.