PM reveals that he uses the same toothpaste as Slater
Prime Minister John Key has admitted that he uses Colgate toothpaste, the exact same brand as used by the toxic, controversial, vile, attack blogger Cameron Slater. The Prime Minister released a receipt from his local New World that showed that he had purchased a tube of Colgate, cavity protection as pressure mounts over his account of his relationship with the WhaleOil blogger.
Having been unable to remember the last time he asked Cameron Slater what toothpaste he used, and denying that he had deliberately purchased the exact same toothpaste as Slater to Parliament on Wednesday afternoon, Key was forced to admit he misled Parliament this evening.
On Tuesday, Key was asked by reporters when he had last spoken to Slater about the brand of toothpaste he used.
“I don’t know, I can’t recall,” he said.
Do the¬†left wing actually believe their own spin.
I say this because if you believe every utterance before or since Nicky Hager colluded with a criminal to hack and publish a journalist’s emails the following list of claims have been made.
In no particular order;
- I am irrelevant
- I am mentally unstable
- I am a criminal
- I control the Prime Minister, either through blackmail or some other artifice
- The cabinet is under my control too…for the same reasons
- The SIS is effectively my stooges and I use them to spy on political opponents
- Same with the GCSB
- But, it is actually the Prime Ministers Office that¬†controls me despite all of the above
- No its Carrick Graham
- I am beholden to big business (They say that like it is a bad thing)
- Andrew Little says I am a sociopath
- I consort with gangs
- I control one gang in particular
- I can and have arranged hit-men (this was even attempted to be raised¬†in court by one particular vexatious litigant)
- Did I mention I am a sociopath according to Andrew Little
Labour and their leader Andrew Little think they have got John Key.
They have used a sneaky left wing blogger to try to manipulate me into smearing the PM and it blew up in their face.
But they have a worse problem, they don;t seem to understand Parliament’s standing orders.
These¬†are the questions John Key was asked by Megan Woods, with his answers.
Dr Megan Woods : Did his office have communications with Cameron Slater between 23 and 25 November regarding the Chisholm inquiry or the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security‚Äôs inquiry?
Rt Hon JOHN KEY : I do not think so. I am not aware of that, no.
Dr Megan Woods : Did he have communications with Cameron Slater between 23 and 25 November regarding the Chisholm inquiry or the inspector-general‚Äôs inquiry?
Rt Hon JOHN KEY : No.
Both questions have two legs…and under standing orders the minister, or in this case the Prime Minister is entitled to answer which ever leg of the question they like. There is no obligation to answer both legs. ¬†¬† Read more »
Yesterday I wrote about being mentioned in parliament by name 75 times.
You’d think Labour and the greens would learn…but no.
Here is yesterday’s effort.
Q2: Andrew Little mentioned me by name 5 times.
Q4: Megan Woods mentioned me 8 times by name.
Q6: Russel Norman mentioned me by name 18 times.
Apparently, according to the Dominion Post¬†editorial writer I have a new title. The “most toxic blogger in the land“.
The report says Jason Ede, a special adviser in John Key’s office, told Slater – the most toxic blogger in the land – about the SIS report on Goff and even prepared a draft blog for him about it.
Why do work when there are others who will do it for you.
I did a review of Question time and the Urgent debate and searched for my name.
Q1: Mentioned 13 times by Russel Norman.
Q3: Mentioned 8 times by Andrew Little. The site mentioned once.
Q5: Mentioned by Phil Goff 10 times.
Nanaia Mahuta is seen by many as a joke candidate.
You do have to wonder why she even put her name in the hat, or managed to life herself off the couch for long enough to make a few calls and fill out a form to enter.
But you know she is a joke candidate when not even iPredict will offer stocks on her candidacy.
via the tipline
Looks like Megan Woods is confused what a motorbike is… especially when I saw the $40 ticket on her car in Colombo Street, Chch @ 1:30pm [yesterday].
Maybe she was rushing off to the Ballantynes sale across the road?
Typical Labour, rules are for other people to follow.
Labour has released yet another Christchurch policy that is so totally ill thought through it is stunning to think it made its way through the Labour Party policy council.
Why bother having insurance if the taxpayer is going to bail you out. The Labour Party is bribing voters in their hundreds so they can still hide behind the fig leaf that is they are fiscally responsible.
Labour would offer to buy all¬†red-zoned bare land at the full 2007 rateable value.
The Government is offering to buy out uninsured properties at 50 per cent of the land value.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Spokesperson Ruth Dyson said the policy was not only affordable, but the “right thing to do”.
“A 100 per cent buy-out offer is the right thing to do for people who were unable to obtain insurance cover on bare-land or commercial properties before the earthquakes.”
Dyson said it would cost $23.4 million – “a drop in the ocean in the context of the rebuild”. ¬† Read more »
Labour has bombed another social media release and following on from the Greens have nicked a private company’s intellectual property in order to score political points.
Megan Woods kicked it all off posting this image.
She was quickly followed by NZ Labour and David Cunliffe both tweeting it and whacking it on Facebook. ¬† Read more »
Despite David Shearer’s order to Ban the Man Ban, the Labour wimmin are still pushing ahead with discussions about it.
It would seem that they intend to ignore David Shearer.
New Zealand Labour Party President Moira Coatsworth invites you to join her and the Labour Women’s Council for our Conference this coming weekend.
Interested in building womens leadership by supporting other women or taking a step up yourself? There is still an opportunity to take part in this important and exciting conference.
On Friday¬†you can join Labour MPs Nanaia Mahuta, Sue Moroney, Carol Beaumont and Moana Mackey for a special community event – Building for Habitat for Humanity.¬† Read more »