Fresh from his (now deleted) Facebook attack on me, Andrew Williams is somewhat confused as to who he will vote for. I actually confronted Andrew about his attitude towards people on benefits, but he ran and hid behind Penny Bright’s skirts. He said he didn’t want to talk to me. The man is a thorough coward, and a bully who won’t say to peoples faces what he sprays on the internet.
One way of reading this Facebook wall post is him announcing the combined ticket of Brown and Clown.
He’s only pretty sure he’ll vote for himself, well if he isn’t sure then the voters can’t have much confidence. He’s very impressed by what he has heard from himself….knock me down with a feather he is hearing voices in his head, surely not the man to be trusted with the kitty at the bowling club let alone a ward councilor seat. Nice to see Bewildered Andrew thinks he has one all the debates so far. Must be all that handwringing and obsessive compulsive behaviour he exhibits on stage that’s doing it.
On another note Len Brown and Andrew Williams were all nudge, nudge, wink, wink, back slappingly happy with each other last night at the North Harbour Business Association candidates meeting, they even left together almost arm in arm.
Brown’s speech was dreadful, he stood on stage and hid behind the lecturn which was almost as tall as him (short in other words) and then launched into a speech made up of UMR focus group weasel words. He told the gray haired audience that it was great to be speaking to youth in Albany, he spoke about how “we” have to get broadband and fibre to business to innovate, which I pointed out to the audience when it was my turn to speak that if Len actually knew Albany rather than ran Labour Party UMR focus grouped weasel words then he would have known that Albany Business Area has haf fibre to the premises since it was built, that was why Sky, Prime and 3 data centres were sitting less than 500 metres from us. Len Brown also got hammered on his position on Maori Wards. This was made even worse when two maori candidates stood up and said tokenism wasn’t the way to go, they were giving it a go, same as everyone else and that was all that was needed.
Colin Craig spoke well, if Banksie wasn’t standing I’d actually consider voting for him. As for the rest of the candidates, well, mediocrity, same old stuff as before. Tell you what voters if you keep voting for the people who have been there forever you will keep getting what you have always got.
Vote Slater for Albany, end the reign of bullies.