posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 07:11 AM
Heres an update for those who are interested.
Brian Tamaki announced that Copeland was one of the leaders but the Independent MP is furious he was not warned the name of the other leader,
Destiny's Richard Lewis, would also be announced.
"I have never seen any politician have to field a curve ball as big as that," says Copeland.
"Chaotic, shambolic, amusing to watch, but frankly, anything that involves Tamaki and the black shirts is doomed to fail," says United Future
leader, Peter Dunne.
Well its clear that Tamaki is the main player here and Dunne is most likely right but anybody who supports the separation of the Church and the State
still needs to be wary and vigilant. I understand that National is short of coalition partners but surely after Brash links with the another group of
fruit cakes known as the Exclusive Brethren brought down his leadership you would think National would stay well clear of this new party.
Threats to personal freedoms can come from anywhere if Labor isnt telling schools what they can sell for lunch in canteens this yet to be named party
is lurking in the background. Labor could get get re elected if voters view them as a lesser evil.
[edit on 19-9-2007 by xpert11]