Saturday, September 27, 2008

Dodgy pollies don't always stick together

Taito Philip Field explains his decision to oppose Winston Peters, when Captain Baubles appeared before the Privileges Committee.
"It wasn't about siding with anyone. It was a question of having faith in the privileges committee ..."
Oh dear, here is a former Liarbour MP facing charges of bribery and corruption and Field decides to oppose Winnie.
Winnie is most upset accusing the Mangere MP of disloyalty.
And there's me thinking it came down to justice and what actually happened.
When even those facing the most serious charges are playing the honesty and integrity card it cannot look good for Winston Raymond Peters.

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