The Herald reports:
The Maori Party is seeking talks with retired boxer David Tua to discuss the possibility of his standing for the party at the next election.
But it had better get a hurry on. While Tua told the Herald he was more than happy to have talks with the Maori Party, he was also happy to sit down with Mana and the Conservatives.
“I’ll sit down with anyone. Anyone and everyone … I’m not going to close the door on anyone.”
A Mana Party worker had already made a preliminary approach but the Conservative Party had not.
To me that suggests Tua has no political beliefs or policies – or alternatively he is totally unaware of the policies of political parties he thinks he may stand for.
How could you be considering both Mana and the Conservative parties? They have almost no policies in common.Tags: David Tua