Jacinda, going for the easy points

While John Key has been charming world leaders, and Steven Joyce has been charming the Novopay Genie back into the bottle, Labour have been spending their time out in the community on a major charm offensive.

Here is Jacinda Adern going for the mummy and grandma demographic today

via Twitter

via Twitter

In contrast, here is Steven Joyce vising AD Instruments in  Dunedin yesterday.  The government are being accused of not being proactive with economic matters, yet they are out there  working hard while Labour just lob grenades via a willing media while visiting markets and festivals.

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  • cows4me

    You are mistaken WO socialist Cindy is hard at work, where do you think they get their cutting edge polices from.

    • Hazards001

      lmao…kindergarten?

  • Macca

    It doesn’t matter how much charm Liarbore exude, the fact is that they are both a policy, brain and talent desert! Story end of!

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    Good to see Sheep’s plan is working. Jacaranda will be charming the kiddies and oldies. Sheep will be charming the blokes. Key is toast.

  • Grizz30

    Such Pictures just confirms to me how fake the Labour machine is. Work through the thin veneer of publicity there is no substance behind their statements. Chuck Shovel was a perfect example.

  • Cadwallader

    From now until December that little girl will be demanding that Santa Claus gets her another “My Little Pony” like the real one who visited her with her eyes constantly on the camera.

  • Greg

    Just a new face for a Marxist supporter. Those teeth need photo cropping.

  • johnbronkhorst

    Oh how cute….jacinda found another new COMRADE…to indoctrinate!!!

  • mike

    Face facts, there is a hard core group of voters who will only ever vote for their one party of choice… then there are the swing voters, who are usually educated and can see through the mindless political BS. Those swing voters decide elections, and that is why Labour will not be becoming the Government anytime soon.

  • AnonWgtn

    Assume little pony will turn up in New York before long.
    She has been a disappointment actually – Helen thought she had promise, but not on her own without “Mummy” to cry too, when everybody, including her own MPs, say nasty things about her ability – and they do more than ever expecting great things but no way.
    She should get a real job outside UN, public service and politics, then once she has had say 10 years in the real world she may be worthy of politics again. However I do not see anybody taking her on – she has no educational skills or qualifications, other than Head Girl at some small Waikato township.

    • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

      AnonWgtn – I am disappointed that you are not supporting my prediction of Robertson – Socialist Cindy ticket winning 2014 election……Cindy ain’t going any where until she becomes a minister….

      • Gazzaw

        Cindy ain’t going nowhere until she becomes a real MP.

        • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

          According to word on the street, in 2014, she will inflict a heavy defeat on Nikki in Auckland central. All the Green voters will be tactically giving their electorate vote to Cindy….

    • Mr_V4

      I would add to that she also needs a good old fashion shag*, after all it couldn’t be any worse than some of her political fantasys.

      *T Mallard excluded.

    • http://twitter.com/ChiefsFan73 Rhys Wilson

      I think your point should apply to all pollies. Min 10 years in a real job in the real world before being allowed to enter politics. After all it is the norm in senior private sector roles to expect similar lengths of experience.
      This qualification alone would rid us of half our pollies

  • Chris

    You go on about spelling names right. Spell hers properly. Hypocrite.

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