David Shearer's rather odd behaviour, following the late disclosure of money stashed away in a New York bank, cannot be explained in my opinion, solely by memory loss. I suspect he was told that somebody knew about it and that he had better come clean asp.
I am sure he has once again confirmed the low esteem many people have for politicians in New Zealand. Can any of them be trusted when parliamentary leaders show such a bad example? It is perhaps time for Shearer to go and make way for someone with more integrity, someone who has a better alternative approach to government than memory fade and policies not so very different to those of Phil Goff - who was soundly rejected by voters. A tarnished and lackluster Shearer will probably suffer the same fate.
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