Seems like John Banks can, at important times, be a stranger to the truth. His public comments on most subjects he cares to air are characterised by being flawed and incoherent, but there are times that straight answers must, under the law, be answered with straight answers.
Signing financial statements, for example.
Or returns on election donations.
How many strikes was it that ACT, the party that Mr Banks is the sole MP for, advocate? Three.
For the leader of a party, honesty's not enough should be a minimum standard. For ACT's leader, it seems like a lofty, aspirational goal.
Chris Knox - Seizure, 1988