I’ve met Don Brash twice.
The first time was during the 2005 election campaign when I was in a shopping mall in Henderson. I don’t think he recognised me because he thrust some sort of electronic device under my nose and invited me to calculate my tax cut.
I remember typing in some measly income which was probably true at the time, at which point he lost interest and let me get back to my filled roll.
This is the same Mike Williams that Labour appointed to no less than six boards including Transit amongst others while he was president of their party. At one stage during his tenure he was pulling in more than $350,000 p.a. in directors fees alone from his government board positions.