Alf is a tad bewildered by party colleague Sandra Goudie’s indifference to what he regards as harsh criticism.
She seems remarkably unbothered that a university wallah with some credentials in the law racket is reported to have put the boot into the Law and Order Select Committee, which she chairs.
Otago University’s associate professor Andrew Geddis, the wallah in question, is saying National and Act Party members of the aforementioned committee have no regard for basic individual rights.
So far, so good. Having no regard for basic individual rights will probably go down well with most voters in this country.
But then comes the damaging bit: he also reckons they have come up with a bit of legislation that will give William Bell, Graeme Burton and Clayton Weatherston the vote.
More than that, the select committee’s recommendations to the House – if passed into law – would mean any other murderer, rapist or violent criminal currently serving a sentence of more than three years will get to vote at the next election.
The professor accordingly is saying the Nats and ACT members of the committee
… are not only moral pygmies, but they are really, really dumb.too