Garner says Nats should rule out Winston

Duncan Garner writes:

Simon Bridges will soon make public his decision on whether to rule out New Zealand First and Winston Peters from Government, should National win this year’s election. 

It’s his biggest decision, a crucial call.

Surely he can only go one way and give Peters the flick before he has the chance to humiliate National and shaft them at the altar once again.

The truth is Peters has not worked cooperatively with the Nats for 22 years.

Think about that – 22 years.

Not since 1998, when he walked out of Cabinet twice.

Since then, he’s propped up Labour.

And will continue to do so. He chose Labour and Greens over National and will of course do so again.

A vote for Peters is a vote for Labour. 

It squeezes Peters, and takes away his ability to choose the next Prime Minister. It strips him of the thing he loves the most – being at the centre of it all.

This is the key.

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