Not sure if I've blogged on this before, but yet another incident confirms my belief that Liarbour is the 'nasty' party.
Forget about talk of caring socialism, our government is ridden with petty vindictiveness, from ministers all to eager to smear anyone to get their way.
Today's example concerns a young lad who wrote to MPs about the Electoral Finance bill and received a response from Minsiter Chris Carter asking if he was a member of the Exclusive Bretheren.
So much for Liarbour talk of diversity and tolerance is hitting out at a religious group and a lad for taking a contrary view to his own. The 16 year-old in question is a Baptist, by the way.
Apart from this incident exposing yet another case of Liarbour hypocracy, it shoies shows how nasty its members are.
Trevor Mallard showed more nastiness with his recent attacks over whistelblower Erin Leigh, whose competency he doubted. Yet, as David Farrar at Kiwiblog notes, there are many springing to her defence.
Will Trevor makes his comments outside parliament where they can be tested in the courts? Perhaps not. Showing Mallard is more a chicken than a duck.
Of course, it was Mallard who made those 'whose Diane' comments in Parliament against Don Brash a year ago. But he could't take it when similar words were used a gainst him.
I recall Clark for her 'cancerous and corrosive' comments about Don Brash, showing what a nasty, vindictive woman she can be.
And she never refers to John Key by name in any of her public pronoucements.
I am sure there are many other examples of Liarbour nastiness we can also mention.
But either way, Liarbour well and truly are the nasty party.