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Interestingly my comment stating that National have articulated policies and linking to the National Party website were deleted.


Not sure why but if the naysayers who regularly claim they do not know what National and Luxon stand for actually vist that website they will find their knowledge enhanced a tad.

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Luxon has stated repeatedly that he has no opinion at this stage as labour have not elucidated what they mean by co-governance.


https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/politics/christopher-luxon-warns-of-division-if-government-coy-on-co-governance-plans/


https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/465962/luxon-warns-of-division-if-government-coy-on-co-governance-plans


Not sure how you'd frame the debate but only a fool lays out his opponent's argument. It is for labour to explain what they propose then National and Luxon will respond. Seems reasonable to me.


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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
Jun 08, 2022

how on point is this cartoon!!!

Luxon is a wet rag.......unleash a rottweiler on this bunch of goons NOT a lap dog....

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
Jun 08, 2022
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of course.....we don't need to go feral

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Octavian Augustus
Octavian Augustus
Jun 08, 2022

Luxon is really the Labour voters' choice of National Party leader, rather than that of a National Party voter. He'll never get my vote. He is one of those completely uninspiring, wholly interchangeable, and utterly inoffensive politicians that National seem to grow-to-order in a petri dish somewhere. What is needed is someone who shares and reflects the simmering anger of right wing voters. That anger should be harnessed and unleashed. Reactionary politics is needed, and an unwinding of the past 30 years, but with an eye to the future. We cannot fix the problems if we will not identify and describe them, no matter whose feelings are injured. The Trump phenomenon is the populist paradigm, but so-called right wing politicians…

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I don't have a problem with maori providing education and even health services to their own people, whomever they may be but I have no appetite for maori having a veto over other decisions, extra funding per person or enforced acceptance of their values in my life. That is a form of co-governance that exists today with maori health authorities and kohanga reo already operating plus maori wardens having limited authority.


If other ethnicities or religions seek to do the same thing, I have no problem as long as whatever budget is allocated is a reasonable proportiol and access to non ethnic services are restricted in some form.


You can hate it, you can fight it but now the genie…

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Robin Gardiner
Robin Gardiner
Jun 08, 2022

Luxon is not proving to be the one the Nats need However why publish your full policies now some 18mths from the election campaign Labour will only counter and out spend. I would like to see ACT win in Tauranga thereby giving a nudge to the Nats Move right or lose However in saying that the Nats need to go for the more centrist vote while ACT goes for the right And it is called the right because it is right

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GandR Faulkner
GandR Faulkner
Jun 08, 2022
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Dry is not a word I associate with Luxon He is a wet and woke fence sitter

I despair at the politicians we seem to come up with .

We actually do not vote for for anyone in this country because we dont know what they stand for When we find out we vote against them

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Bruizer
Bruizer
Jun 08, 2022

National should be concentrating on the majority of New Zealanders and completely ignoring the minorities made up of the whinging left, maori racists and the no hoper greenies.

They need to get their "ACT" together. ACT is at least being very proactive in pushing back re the racist 3 Waters and the proposed maori heath authority.


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Julian Batchelor
Julian Batchelor
Jun 09, 2022
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Absolutely correct Bruizer!

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