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There are factions within ACT that see farmers as a waste of time vote wise (two tick tories). Having pulled out all the stops at the last election with Don Nicolson high on the list and their anti ETS policies and RMA reform policies they did not get the farmer vote they thought they would. This faction within the Party are convinced that farmers will vote National no matter what John Key does to them. I think they are right to some extent, but in lobbying ACT to take up the farmers cause as opposed to negotiating for benefits for small business or the economy generally or not support the legislation at all, I pointed out that the ETS will hit farmers harder financially than their city counterparts. They could not pass on the costs to the consumer and that because of this farmers were more in tune with the legislation. They will at least notice what ACT has negotiated. There is also a strong farmer group within ACT, so I think the Party will try as hard as they can for these changes.
This legislation change will go unnoticed by the general population because it is too complex for most journalists and will receive no media coverage. People are also generally not interested which I find bizarre. It is illogical to me that people are so interested in the issues of the Chinese buying farms and the number of pokie machines in Sky City, neither of which will have any impact on them at all, but the ETS which is costing each and everyone money each week, is not on the radar.
Anyway the point is that it is not under the farmers radar and in lobbying ACT to take up the farmers cause, I made that point. We are working hard on this. I will let you know how we get on.