I actually don’t care too much about what those on the leftÂ say or don’t say about me. Mostly their blogs are the sound of one hand clapping.
However they do have an audience, albeit a shrinking one.
I generally can’t be bothered analysing Martyn Martin Bradbury, mostly because he is just wrong. But others have done that and I think this is one of the better posts about him.
It is called the Daily Poison.
In recent history according to Martyn Bradbury, the Labour Party failed to win the election because the Party was disloyal to David Cunliffe and too far to the right. Those âNeo-Libsâ sleeping under the deck, who want to pander to middle âNu Zillindâ are to be the death of the party.
In saying this Bomber not only insults the intelligence of those in the centre, and the intelligence of those to his right, who include Joseph Stalin and Helen [sic] Kelly, he also embodies everything that is poisonous within the Labour Party and the politics that has failed to win the past three elections.
Cunliffeâs lack of trust in those around him came from his inability to lead effectively, which in my view, resulted from his being elected against the wishes of the caucus team that he was to lead.
The lack of loyalty he received is a simple consequence in the lack of loyalty Cunliffe showed to his predecessorâs, Phil Goff and David Shearer.
My mum always told me that you should treat others as you would like to be treated yourself, and, possibly more apt in Cunliffeâs situation, you reap what you sow. Wise lady, my mum.
In constantly planting the seeds of disloyalty prior to taking on the leadership David Cunliffe was doomed by his own hand and now that he has pulled out of the race to be leader, he should pull his head out of his backside and resign from parliament.