Youâ€™ll know Iâ€™m no fan of List MPs, and while all of the Green Taliban fall into that camp, thereâ€™s a few that stand out as particularly sanctimonious scumbags.
Take yesterdayâ€™s Question #10 by Kevin Hague asking about conflicts of interest and whether the Food and Grocery Councilâ€™s CEO Katherine Rich should be a member of the Health Promotion Agency.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman batted him away saying â€˜Katherine Rich is a person of the very highest integrity and that her conduct as a member of the HPA has been excellentâ€™.
Looks like the Green Taliban are going to try and run attacks against the Nats using stolen emails and play more #dirtypolitcs. Good.
Next time Kevin Hague wants to have a crack and call for investigation, maybe the Government should ask what conflicts Kevin Hague has.
You see Kevin Hague has been a frequent target for health lobbyists, particularly those Fizz2030 activists troughers from Otago University. They even went as far as bestowing on him the title â€™Honâ€™.
Maybe Government MPs could ask Hague about who is advising the Greens on their â€˜obesity reductionâ€™ policy. The one where he wants controls on price, availability and marketing on the likes of fizzy drinks, chocolate and even breakfast cereals. Â Read more »