Colin Craig has failed to shine in a televised political debate which he legally won the right to participate in.
The Conservatives leader …¬†won an eleventh-hour High Court scrap over his exclusion from TV3’s politics show The Nation’s minor leaders debate.
The show’s producers were forced to include him[yesterday], with presenter Lisa Owen describing him as “our uninvited guest”.
Mr Craig joined the Green Party’s Metiria Turei, New Zealand First’s Winston Peters, United Future’s Peter Dunne, the Maori Party’s Te Ururoa Flavell, Act’s Jamie Whyte, and Mana Party’s Hone Harawira on screen.
And he appeared to have found his voice again, after he reportedly lost it following yesterday’s court action, with a Conservatives spokeswoman telling Newstalk ZB he was unable to comment last night because he had lost his voice.
I thought lying was a sin? ¬† Oh, hang on, of course, he prayed to have his voice fixed. ¬†That’s it. ¬† Read more »