Libertarians For Bestiality? Sir Bob Jones thinks that John Banks doesn’t like animal abuse enough to be in ACT

Generic rich prick and failed politician Sir Bob Jones in today’s Herald, quoted by failed politician and racist Deborah Coddington:

A libertarian does not believe it is his or anyone else’s business if you want to marry your horse. John Banks would say it is the State’s business, as indeed the State makes it, with the existing anti-bestial laws.

Jones was trying to explain why he thinks there should be a new libertarian political party by explaining the differences between libertarianism and the politics of John Banks, ACT’s only MP.

I suppose Jones thought ACT stood for the Animal Copulation Trust, or perhaps the Alliance of Creepy Turtlef*ckers.

Can I suggest the new party be called FREEDOM? After all, it would be based on a platform For Really Enjoying Every Domesticated Order of Mammals.

Things I learnt from last night’s TV1 election coverage – who is on the panel edition

1: Every channel needs a rape apologist. Rape apologists should be given prime election analysis spots, not shunned.

2: Women don’t have opinions, or if they do, they don’t matter. We should relegate them to puff pieces if they absolutely must appear.

3: Blokey blokes like to watch other blokey blokes and therefore the blokey bloke type blokes must talk to other blokey bloke type blokes about other blokey bloke type blokes doing blokey bloke things. Bloke.

Things I learnt from last night’s TV1 election coverage – John Key facts edition

1: That John Key starts his day with (Shock! Horror!) breakfast.

2: That despite being worth approximately $50 million, John Key eats really shitty pizza.

3: That, according to Mark Sainsbury, an empty car looks so similar to John Key that one can’t tell the difference when doing a live cross.