Get used to it: ¬†Winston Peters will be part of the government come September 20.
The problem is, he won’t tell you which side he’ll back.
In fact, he’s just as likely to go with Labour. ¬†After all, they are operating an open chequebook election, whereas National is trying to come off as much more responsible.
If you want to boot the National Government out next Saturday why on earth would you vote for Winston Peters and NZ First?
On the other hand, if you want to keep National in power after the election, why would you opt for Peters and his party?
The truth is you wouldn’t.
If you want certainty Peters doesn’t come into it.
Voting for Peters is a big, blind, gamble: he won’t tell you what he plans to do.
He claims that’s up to voters to decide. Rubbish. Read more »