National Party has a new leader. What does that mean?
Political correspondent John Armstrong outlines the main priorities for National’s new leadership.
Tuesday November 28, 2006
Top ten Keys to success
3 Reach out to the country’s women voters.
National desperately needs to address the imbalance which has the party drawing far more support among males. The party needs to move beyond relying on tax cuts as its major branding device. Women voters want reassurance that tax cuts do not entail pillaging Government services. Labour will anyway try to neutralise National on tax cuts by putting forward its own package. Up for review will be whether National continues to pitch its message around Don Brash’s five core priorities – tax cuts, welfare reform, one law for all, law and order, and choice in education.
Now we have both main parties for women. Labor and National. What does that mean for men?
It might be a good idea to either get out of New Zealand ASAP (before they stop you from being able to) or put all assets into Trusts, visit Mental health for depression, sit on a benefit and go fishing or bush until it all comes crumbling down.
$14 a week in Child Support, no interest added, no stress.