Judith Collins on privacy breaches at ACC

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  • rouppe

    Love the Taser in the background…

  • XChequer

    Ladies and Gentlemen – our next Prime Minister.

    • Bunswalla

      She needs to improve her delivery to camera if she wants to be PM. She was a bit stilted and hesitant, and if she was reading from the teleprompter then she needs to practice it. If she was speaking from memory she needs to rehearse a few times – shouldn’t be struggling to spell ACC. That being said, fronting up to explain your fuckwit senior managers and telling people what you’ve done to fix it is never easy.

    • fozzie

      Even we deserve better that that — was waiting for the comment “and that was an ad on behalf of the National Party” – leaker in chief !!

  • Seems to me

    Seems to me that is a nice yellow taser she has on her sideboard….ready to deal with bad buggars

  • Doug

    The Taser is waiting for Trevor Mallard and Andrew Little.

  • Substandard

    Explaining is losing? just sayin

    • get a grip

      Its apologising that is loosing :-)) Fronting up is never loosing in my book.

    • wiltinpenis

      So, should she stay schtum and have all the losers baying for her blood?

  • Phar Lap

    yet i heard the grease ball Pagani on the Larry show trying to put the boot into the Nats.Larry said he believed the culture of the ACC was around for a much longer time than Pagani was claiming.Think he wanted an apology.Better he gets his own Lie-bour Party house in order.If he is the personal advisor to Shearer,then an apology for the missing in common sense statements by Shearer,is long overdue.

    • Bunswalla

      Just ask Malcolm Mason to get an idea of the ACC culture

  • HmmmImhergimp

    OMG shes hot as fuck, tie me up and spank me minister!!

  • http://twitter.com/caffeine_addict dave

    i think I prefer the campbell live version of this vid …

  • pukakidon

    Great to see a Minister demanding competency from her CEOs. About time, if they cant hack it then they get the arse. There is no excuse for a breach of privacy.

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