Rather than discussing the quote from Bill English that he would sell Kiwibank, David Farrar is whining that the protest outside the National Party conference today breached the EFA because it did not contain authorisation.
Once again, Farrar would rather try to attack on technicalities than deal in substantive issues, and once again he is wrong on the facts. The electoral advertisements in the protest were authorised by me at the start of the protest. Recorded on film, I stated my name and address and that the following electoral advertisements and accompanying materials were authorised by me. That satisfies the requirements of s63 of the EFA.
[PS. I notice Farrar doesn’t kick up a fuss when his mates protest without EFA authorisation. Principles, who needs ’em?]