The Conservative Party: Creative creationists?

By Jane Clifton In Politics

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26th May, 2012
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says he believes young New Zealand women put it about far too much, because a couple of polls – of uncertain methodology – say so. And, of course, he would. Because a touching faith in opinion polls of uncertain methodology may well be the only reason his opinion, as the leader of a small unelected party, is deemed of interest. This may be the first time a party has literally – and there’s no other word for it – bullshitted itself into a public profile. Going into the last election, the Conservative Party was a sideline oddity, based on Craig’s ...

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