I’ve been watching the statisitics roll in about how people find this site. Many of them are interesting. Read the rest of this entry »
If elected, the DAFT Party will demonstrate its rejection of the baubles of office by only taking the most undesirable office spaces in parliament. These include: Read the rest of this entry »
A big deal recently has been made out of the Electoral Finance ACT (2007) (EFA). As an unregistered party it does not affect the DAFT Party just yet, but this does not mean that we do not have a view on it. The DAFT Party acknowledges the need to limit spending by political parties, and the transparency of where the funding can come from, and how people can advertise. This is why a DAFT government would scrap the EFA and replace it with the Party Expenditure Act (PEA). Read the rest of this entry »
After our letter to Mr. Baldock of Kiwi Party fame, he replied with this: Read the rest of this entry »
While Labour have been glossing up the fact that they have just secured a Free Trade Agreement with the biggest economy in the world, the DAFT Party have not been sitting idly by. DAFT trade negotiators have been petitioning governments the world over, and we are quietly confident that we have secured a FTA* with a player, that is even more important to NZ than China ever will be. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently the National Party of New Zealand, blatantly stole one of the DAFT Party’s policies. This caused a massive upheaval within the Party. Something had to be done, so we challenged John Key to a thumb wrestle at our party meeting this Sunday. He, sadly, did not come.
Polls have just come in, and China has suffered a major loss in consumer confidence. This spells bad tidings for the next three quarters. The DAFT Party have come up with a solution that will bolster the failing brand image that China has cultivated in the past 60 years, so that consumer confidence will return and China, the brand will once again be a fashionable accessory. Read the rest of this entry »