No grounds for trust

Michael Cullen reckons that regardless of whether Winston Peters lied about the donation from Owen Glenn, there were no grounds for his censure or sacking.

Would you trust a man with such a scant regard for ethical behaviour to be Attorney General and Finance Minister?

Adam Smith  doesn’t either.

Update: Nor does Keeping Stock.

3 Responses to No grounds for trust

  1. Deborah says:

    Given my basic political orientation, I feel ill. And betrayed.

    I think I will be voting for the Maori Party this time around.

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  2. Colin Lucas says:

    If I could complain about the AG’s conduct to the NZ Law Society, I would. But as he is not a lawyer and is not subject to the Lawyers & Conveyancers act I can’t.

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  3. Inventory2 says:

    I also blogged on this yesterday HP

    http://keepingstock.blogspot.com/2008/09/what.html

    Lying has now been officially sanctioned as acceptable behaviour for the LabourFirst government. It is a freaking outrage!

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