Right of reply to letter
The letters in response to my letter couldn’t be further from my views so I feel I should exercise my right of reply.
Mr Lye found my opinion offensive — am I not entitled to my opinion?
Why do both these writers go on about religion when I made no reference to religion, why indulge in a personal attack, I certainly didn’t.
Mr Lye made my case for this not being a legitimate government very well. He seems tosuggest NZ First is a left-wing party. I am not sure they would agree with that.
In fact, for the last 23 years NZ First policy on social engineering has been to hold referendums, and let the people decide.
MMP was voted in to remove the power been given to one party, and this would perhaps get us a more democratic government. This has been seen for the joke that it is.
At the last election NZ First, with only 7 per cent of the vote, got to decide the Government. All the power with one party, in other words Winston Peters. Not exactly Democracy is it?
Yes, I do class myself as a Christian, and proud to do so. That does not mean I believe that Christians own anything. I also support most of National’s values, and I am proud of that too.
Does that make me right of anything — of course not, I simply have an opinion based on living in the University of Life.
What I don’t support from any Government is interference in society by social engineering. We do not elect Governments to tell us how we should live our lives.