. . . whether we should have a referendum on whether we should waste money having a referendum on whether or not referenda should be binding.
Or how about a referendum asking: is a man who wants a referendum on whether referenda should be binding more interested in furthering his own political career than in the outcome?
Larry Baldock doesn’t like the government’s response to the child discipline referendum. But if he wants to change the law he’d be far better gathering evidence on how it’s not working which might lead to a change, than grandstanding which won’t.
Oh and that’s real evidence of real problems with the law, not acting as cheerleader for a parent who administers anything more than a smack which is transitory and trifling.