Sledge of the Day

Sledge of the Day

 

This is only funny if you follow UK politics, and you know about¬†the Labour party and the Milliband brothers…

Sledge of the Day

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and the predictable faux outrage followed…¬† Read more »

Sledge of the day

No need to say anything for this one except for turn it up a bit, just don’t watch with your ¬†mouth full.

Sledge of the Day

John Key monsters David Cunliffe in the house…and boy did The Cunliffe not like it.

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Sledges of the Day

We have a couple for you.

First up Bill English sledging hard in the General Debate…he really ripped the oppositions undies..especially the tired old crippled politician in Trevor Mallard. His calling Mallard the member for Outrageous Lies was hilarious.

Grant Robertson stood and raised a point of order and then lied to the house as well…missing out quite a few sentences in gis paraphrasing of Bill English’s speech.

The opposition preciousness was palpable.

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Sledge of the Day

I was going to give John Key sledge of the day for his hit on David Cunliffe’s recycling of Rodney Hide’s epithet for the budget…but I’ve found a better sledge.

It was from Christopher Pyne in the Australian parliament against Bill Shorten, and to round it off he called Shorten a c**t .

What a coincidence – we think the same of Russel Norman, but please make Pete and Travis’ day ok by remembering our moderation rules.¬† Read more »

Sledge of the Day

Greer Berry used to have her own blog. ¬†Complaining about her student loan, mostly…

 

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Sledge of the Day

Arts, lifestyle, fitness and travel blogger, David Farrar, sledges out the entire National caucus on Larry Williams Drive last night.

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John Banks will pleased that David Farrar has such and affinity for rats…then again when he has worked closely with Murray McCully and Bill English for so long you can understand it.

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What is it with wealthy people who are also socialists and their propensity to act like sanctimonious, all knowing oracles, and worse their propensity to tell us they know better than the rest of us.

Once such person is Gareth Morgan, but his son isn’t far off.

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