Here's the weird law of the day:
The vast majority of people in New Zealand are against a recent rule approved by lawmakers that bans using images captured inside Parliament to satirize, ridicule or denigrate lawmakers on broadcast and print media, according to a poll by TNS released by TV3. 71 per cent of respondents disapprove of this measure.
It seems to me that the politicians of New Zealand have gotten this entirely the wrong way around; if anyone anywhere should be allowed to be satirized legally, it's lawmakers inside Parliament. Maybe it's intended as a preemptive strike - as in, there's no point in satirizing a lawmaker who would vote for such a rule.