Peter Dunne, United Future leader, is on the campaign trail promoting his income sharing bill. He seems to be gaining public support. A radio interview today sets out his view. Seems to us to be a sensible option that provides real choice for parents all over New Zealand. For more details see the United website. Those voters who are tired of the social engineering that tilts the playing field in the direction of both parents working will welcome this initiative. It's disappointing to see the Labour Party rejecting this idea out of hand. John Key has indicated he has an open mind on the matter. People who support this policy proposal need to show their support and write to their MP about it.