If there's anything that highlights the mess Liarbour find themselves in , it's activities like this.
Master James Sleeep, aged 16, sought to distrupt the arrival of John Key and local MP John Hayes.
Sleep says his protest, which saw him jump in front of Hayes' vehicle was 'exercising his democratic rights.'
So for Sleep, exercising your democratic right includes trying to stop a local MP from bringing his party leader to a meeting.
Exercising democratic rights means trying to silence the opposition by putting obstacles in the way.
A kind of on-the-road version of the Electoral Finance Act.
It speaks volumes on the Liarbour Party. They are playing dirty by trying to silence you one minute and then they smear the next.
Here's how the Standard covered the issue yesterday, leading to a somewhat lively debate.
And note the telling comment from MP John Hayes on Sleep.
"He is known to me and has been harassing me and a number of other MPs for some time."