I am of the opposition who do not want him as prime minister.
I certainly do not like nor approve of the way he made his money. Key, politely speaking, traded in currency. In other words he gambles on the money markets. Prime Minister Key hasn't created anything, or made anything, or worked for the betterment of anyone apart from himself, a completely selfish and, gambling being a zero-sum game, an ultimately destructive occupation.
I do not approve of the National Party's policies - giving tax breaks and advantage to the rich and running down the social services this country was admired for.
It's appalling that in our deliberately engineered, low-wage economy, unionism has been largely destroyed; (What role do strong unions play in strong economies?) and people on wages cannot claim tax exemptions, as the wealthy may.
I don't like the way Key and his supporters are very happy to take over this country's tax-payer owned assets to exploit them for their own advantage.
For these reasons I do not want John Key as our prime minister.
I am indebted to Judith Holloway who wrote most of this in Letters to the editor, The DominionPost