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Opposition parties have renewed calls for the Maori Party to end its support agreement with the Government over the Waitangi Tribunal dispute.
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12/07/2012 6:29:52 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
To ensure its(the Moari Party's) ongoing support John Key 'created' a huge number of Ministerial roles after the last election.The MPs of the Maori Party probably rubbed their hands in glee.They saw the wonderful pay packets plus perks making their lives richer financially.Their concern for anything Maori once they were safely enthroned into parliament is empty.They want to give the illusion(delusion more likely)they are there for Maori.They are in the job(politics) for themselves and that is all it is.
Neither John Key nor the National government(in all its pig headedness)takes the Maori Party seriously.The Maori Party is a joke.It's only purpose for the National government is to keep enough numbers to assure government.
The National government does what it,the National government(and its big business cronies)wants.It has absolutely no interest in what the Maori Party let alone Maori voters want.Lets call Maori the dispensable voters.
A wise man once said "You cannot put your foot into the same river twice."That means to changes in the world and,in this instance, water is constantly in motion.One cannot control the total direction of water once it's in motion.One has no ownership over water e.g even when in mist.
We should say to the Maori Party they cannot stay attached to a government that really views them as a joke.They,the Maori Party,are so in love with the tax-payer funded pay packets plus perks.They are not so eager to see a drop in income.
National will go ahead with its plans and come hell or high water(excuse the pun)the concerns of ALL voters in NZ mean nothing to them.
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