Monday, September 15, 2008

Fast Food gang policy

Ahh, after the Goff Gaff on Agenda yesterday and the announcement of the election on Thursday, one of the first policies Labour canvasses is that good old election bogey, law and order:

Mr Goff's position differs from previous comments by Police Minister Annette King, who told Parliament in March 2006 and November last year that she did not not believe it was "feasible or possible" and to think it would actually work was "dreaming". Ms King is also following developments in South Australia.

Mr Goff said the ban had to be assessed, because while it might be popular with the public, "it is not what looks good, it is what actually has a significant impact on gangs".

After nine long years of a  Labour Government and Kiwis telling them they wanted a ban on gangs, Labour decide to listen just 3 days after an election fight kicks off.

A coincidence?

I think not.

c Political Animal 2008

1 comment:

  1. Labour has had 9 long years to do something and Goff comes out with this sort of garbage.

    Does he take us for fools?


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