Collins Spear Tackles Families Commission
Date 13 March 2008
For Immediate Release.
Collins Spear Tackles Families Commission.
National's Judith Collins may appear to be supporting her leader's position on bureaucracy with an attack on the Families Commission says Republican Leader Kerry Bevin, "but there is more to this than meets the eye, there is something much more devious going on here."
Collins doesn't have the balls to recommend what is required for this superfluous organisation. It should never have been created in the first place, and should be disbanded, but Collins sees an opportunity here, says Bevin.
Revenue Minister Peter Dunne is now hiding behind his baby, to avoid persistent requests from Collins to start arresting men at the border over unpaid child support. The Commission has instigated a review into child support.
Let's look at the prospect of a National Government with Collins as the Minister in charge of the Commission, and the Commission reporting back after the election, on child support. Collins will let this organisation exist if it says "the right thing" about child support.
What is this really about. It is about Collins obsession over her so called "Dead Beat Dads" manifesting itself in an attempt to apply political leverage to a State organisation.
If you're a high income separated father Collins is after a big chunk of your pay packet, regardless of how much you support your children. She is the sharp end of the high flying girls club. Men you have been warned. You will get what you vote for.