David Cunliffe still can’t give a clear yes or no on whether he’d deal with Internet Mana Party:
He says he wants voters to give Kelvin Davis two ticks but then Paul Henry asks about IMP and says: (6:45):
“. . . You can do something about this.
No-one else in politics can do this. You can stop that party from getting in by thoroughly supporting Kelvin Davis . . .”
They then talk over each other and Cunliffe says:
” . . 110% we want to win that seat. . . “
But watch the wriggle room he leaves next when Henry says:
“You want Internet Mana out?”
“I wanna win that seat. . . “
That sounds like a yes but it isn’t a straight no.
It’s 110% yeah-nah, again.
He’s 110% sure he wants to be Prime Minister and if having IMP in his government is the only way that will happen we can be 110% sure it will be.