Maori Party questions one party, one vote concept
Well that's his opinion but he's pretty lonely.
The real story was about the tensions and difficulties experienced by Dr Sharples in managing his relationship with National. Well, that's about what you would expect in ANY coalition. (Like Doug Anthony and Malcolm Fraser.) Wouldn't you? Of course you would.
But then along came Jones. Pot gutted Jones. Loud mouth Jones.
It's time this idiot went back to the bush to grow kumara and dig fern roots while the nation waits for the trial of his mate Bill Liu. (If there is one.) He's not doing any good for his party, that's for sure.
Labour Party MP Shane Jones says the comments by Dr Sharples outlining tensions in the governing relationship is an admission of failure and a plea of desperation.
Mr Jones says the Maori Party has found itself in an agreement where it lacks the strategy and the imagination to take the country forward.