David Cohen provides a measured and sensible reprise of the fuss over a couple of overinflated beneficiaries and their bloodied noses at the hands of a no nonsense minister.
The sting is in the comments. Have a look at this:-
Is the Labour Party that expressed outrage at the invasion of privacy of the two beneficiaries any relation of the Labour Party that has requested, via the Offical Information Act, details of the expenses spending of every individual public servant and Crown entity employee?
Can you recall who is leading the futile and inept 'breach of privacy' charge against Paula Bennett? Like Italian infantry with their bayonets firmly fixed to their butts, the Labour shock troops charge in with formal complaints to the Privacy Commissioner.