Incite Politics

Lusk: Bridges needs mending

I went along to see Simon Bridges speak to a public meeting in Hastings last Friday. He performed adequately, but showed some relatively major flaws that were frustrating to watch. His message was relatively tight, even though it was not a real call to action. His message was masked by a wall of noise where he used far to many words to get across relatively simple points.

The feeling I got from the meeting was that Bridges has failed to use his nine years in parliament to prepare properly for being leader. He has not taken the time to work . . .