The ACT Party says they’re getting rid of their tired old grumpies in favour of a bright and breezy future.
“Maybe we should be handing out a bit more dye like they do in the National Party,” [David Seymour] joked.
And while a youthful band valiantly tried to up the tempo, grey locks easily outnumbered wrinkle-free faces at the annual conference.
Political commentator David Farrar had predicted the party’s demise, declaring ACT clinically dead three years ago.
“The fact they actually got through when you consider everything they’ve had in the past in the way of scandals, you know I was totally wrong,” said Farrar.
Wrongly David Wrongson also didn’t get much right. ¬†Of course, ACT has died. ¬†It’s on life support via Epsom. ¬† Let’s be real here – Kim Dotcom, Laila Harre and Hone Harewira got more votes for their sideshow than ACT did. ¬†Helps to remember that, you know, as a reality check. ¬† Read more »