So Labour’s broke – no one’s coming to their fundraisers (and there are lots of them) and they want the taxpayer to fund their campaigns.
ThereforeÂ they are going after National’s donors which have all be declared according to the law and hurling murk at known donors and ministers in order to scare them off in the future. They did this ti Owen Glenn remember.
I just hope that Labour has declared all of their donors in accordance with the law. It would be an extremely bad look after Trevor Mallard’s allegations yesterday in the house if it turns out that Labour took substantial cash donations and failed to declare them.
Meanwhile let’s look at some more Labour donation schemes.
There is this from Chris Hipkins:
Peter Fraser Memorial Lecture â€” Friday, August 31 at 6:30pm at CQ Wellington: Comfort & Quality Hotel. http://t.co/qa9fEo9o
â€” Grant Robertson (@grantrobertson1) August 8, 2012
Helen Clark was the one who attended that fundraiser as the guest speaker.
And Helen Clark caused a diplomatic incident with comments over a Labour party fundraiser.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark says concerns by the US Embassy over the screening of Michael Moore’s filmÂ Fahrenheit 9/11Â for a Wellington Central Labour Party fundraising event showed “outright bullying” and “unprofessional” conduct by officials.
And former Defence Force chief Sir Bruce Ferguson says the embassy staff member who linked New Zealand’s humanitarian mission to Iraq to deals for Fonterra in one of his diplomatic cables must have been “smoking dope”. Â Â Read more »