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  • Dennis Thompson
    commented 2016-11-04 19:59:31 +1300
    Great to see you stepping up to the plate. I look forward to seeing your many ideas coalesced into a coherent political party policy. My hands up to help.
  • Dennis Thompson
    commented 2016-11-04 19:59:30 +1300
    Great to see you stepping up to the plate. I look forward to seeing your many ideas coalesced into a coherent political party policy. My hands up to help.
  • Dennis Thompson
    commented 2016-11-04 19:59:23 +1300
    Great to see you stepping up to the plate. I look forward to seeing your many ideas coalesced into a coherent political party policy. My hands up to help.
  • Dennis Thompson
    commented 2016-11-04 19:54:14 +1300
    Great to see you stepping up to the plate. I look forward to seeing your many ideas coalesced into a coherent political party policy. My hands up to help.
  • Lawrence Upson
    commented 2016-11-04 19:50:07 +1300
    Good on you Gareth, it’s time for a shuffle-up. In principle I’m even with you regarding the Cats..
    However, I hope a good deal of effort will be put towards meaningfully shaped policy over the coming weeks. While I have all faith in where your heart is (and the hearts of your colleagues) there’s no room for more hot air. Lets see what you can do mate!
  • David Pearce
    commented 2016-11-04 19:31:09 +1300
    Well done Gareth watched you for a long time regionally from Pautaruru now living in Taupo I hope we make a success of this
  • Abe Kara
    commented 2016-11-04 19:12:00 +1300
    Looking forward to a party with fresh ideas and strong leadership and not afraid to deal with what is best for all New Zealanders Cheers Mr Kara
  • David Pearse
    commented 2016-11-04 19:05:33 +1300
    Let’s make a real difference
  • Scott Graham
    commented 2016-11-04 19:04:52 +1300
    About time their is a party for us working class people
  • Lester Williams
    commented 2016-11-04 18:28:29 +1300
    Time for some common sense that works for all New Zealanders
  • Robin Mcilraith
    commented 2016-11-04 18:17:07 +1300
    rattle some cages,the monkeys may fall out
  • Kelvin Robertson
    commented 2016-11-04 17:55:15 +1300
    Integrity is what matters. Only the Greens and Gareth show it.
  • LaDene Neumayer
    followed this page 2016-11-04 16:50:18 +1300
  • Landon Charles
    commented 2016-11-04 16:04:47 +1300
    At long last… You have my vote!
  • Landon Charles
    commented 2016-11-04 16:03:44 +1300
    At long last… You have my vote!
  • Landon Charles
    commented 2016-11-04 16:03:06 +1300
    At long last… You have my vote!
  • Harry Hill
    commented 2016-11-04 15:56:54 +1300
    At last a party with some values that resonate with me – Youve got my vote already.
  • John Evans
    commented 2016-11-04 15:52:00 +1300
    This is great. Finally someone that will challenge the status quo which downtrodden almost everyone but a few. Bring it on !
  • Jason Christopher James Farley
    commented 2016-11-04 15:09:23 +1300
    I look forward to working with you on policy and towards evidence lead governance.
    Great to see you stepping up.
  • Tim Fraser
    commented 2016-11-04 15:01:38 +1300
    Yay – at last a political voice that combines the best of social, environmental and business thinking – underpinned by evidence. Well done TOP
  • Paddy O'Dea
    commented 2016-11-04 13:32:48 +1300
    Good move Gareth. Good luck with this. I look forward to seeing your policies. Housing, health, education, welfare – all those are being woefully messed up by this government, and the other party doesn’t offer much better. I agree with your comments about career politicians wanting to keep their electorates happy and not rock the boat. I’m tired of their tiredness and the constant ‘blaming of the poor’ that neo-liberal governments do.
  • Matt Walkington
    commented 2016-11-04 13:29:29 +1300
    That was irony about “Red Peak”? The one above is Gareth’s “Black Peak” one … well that’s how I remember it. Wa Kainga to its designer. Winner of Dr Morgan’s “alternative” flag competition.

    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU1507/S00412/gareth-morgan-announces-winner-of-20k-flag-competition.htm
  • Matt Walkington
    commented 2016-11-04 13:25:54 +1300
    That was irony about “Red Peak”? The one above is Gareth’s “Black Peak” one … well that’s how I remember it. Wa Kainga to its designer. Winner of Dr Morgan’s “alternative” flag competition.

    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU1507/S00412/gareth-morgan-announces-winner-of-20k-flag-competition.htm
  • David Blake
    commented 2016-11-04 12:17:56 +1300
    I really appreciate your approach to solving problems Gareth. Very interested to see where this goes.
  • Maria JJ de Monchy
    commented 2016-11-04 11:53:07 +1300
    Time to make a real difference
  • Stephen Morgan
    commented 2016-11-04 11:47:50 +1300
    At last someone with real passion! Stay true Gareth don’t let them grind you down.
  • Paul Dutch Sandkuijl
    commented 2016-11-04 11:28:32 +1300
    Let’s do this!
  • Dave Insull
    commented 2016-11-04 11:26:36 +1300
    Great work Gareth. Love that you have resurrected the Red Peak flag too.
  • Dave Insull
    commented 2016-11-04 11:11:23 +1300
    Great work Gareth. Love that you have resurrected the Red Peak flag too.
  • Darin Neeley
    commented 2016-11-04 10:44:30 +1300
    Hi Gareth. I certainly don’t agree with everything you have said in the past but I really like the way you are prepared to take a long term view and say the things that need to be said, whether popular or not. We currently have a very bad political situation in NZ where we have a government (that I voted for) that believes whatever it does is right (no pun intended) and we don’t have any opposition voice that is credible enough to influence them. i am sick and tired of seeing political decisions swing from big business to beneficiary and never focusing on those in the middle. It is time for a party that represents the masses in the middle. The wage earner, the small business owner etc. Those that actually make the country what it is.
    I’d like to learn more as I could be quite interested in being more involved.