Interview the Leaders IX – Questions for Peters

Written By: - Date published: 8:44 pm, May 27th, 2008 - 1 comment
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We’ve chosen the questions for Winston Peters in the final installment of our ‘Interview the Leaders’ series.
The first question remains the same, as for all leaders:

Of which of your achievements in politics are you most proud?

For the others we’ve gone with Robinsod’s question:

Last election you stated you would go with the bigger party. The result of this announcement was to help drive voters toward National and Labour to the detriment of smaller parties. Do you think this was a tactical error and will you be announcing a coalition policy this year?

And this from Idiot/Savant:

why do you think ordinary taxpayers should be subsidising the richest people in the racing industry? 

NB. to Kevin Taylor – been trying to get hold of you re: Key’s answers, drop us a line.

One comment on “Interview the Leaders IX – Questions for Peters”

  1. I imagine the reason for the delay in Key’s answers is that he keeps changing them.

    And, I know, this post is a week and a half late. A subtle mix of other priorities and laziness led to that.

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