Audrey Young in the New Zealand Herald is reporting that Labour is planning to use pamphlets produced by IRD on "Kiwi Saver" and Work and Income on "Working for Families" as election material.
Apparently Labour Party activists have been advised to distribute this material pointing out that National opposed these measures.
Labour pushed through the Electoral Finance Act by spinning it wasn't fair that the "rich" could "buy" elections.
Last election they sowed the seeds of religious disharmony by slandering a religious group they disapproved of, mostly because this group promote clean living and family values amongst their members.
This group, as you will recall, used their own money to campaign against the Government. In the meantime Labour was stealing taxpayers money for their campaign material, including the famous pamphlet containing the airbrushed image of our Prime minister.
It will take more than airbrushing to convince this voter that the Labour Party stands for anything other than staying in power at all costs and that they a fundamentally dishonest.
I can't wait until one of their robots comes around to my door to try and convince me that they are worthy of my support.
They will probably leave in tears after the ear bashing they will receive.
Or perhaps I will even manage to get them to see the error of their ways in supporting this bunch of crooks and they will quit.
You never know your luck.