Rudman sticks it to Cullen

With all of his usual righteous indignation Brian Rudman has slammed into Michael Cullen over his Auckland transport views.
More to the point he also has a stab at Helen Clark, Annette King (this months Transport Minister) and The Minister for Nothing in Particular Judith Tizard.
[quote]Worse, Prime Minister Helen Clark, this month's Transport Minister, Annette King, and Auckland Issues Minister Judith Tizard sat by and let him lecture away to a delegation of Auckland civic leaders. Why didn't one of them tell him to pull his head in, at least until the business plan was revealed and he had some facts on which to base his prejudices?[/quote]
Cullen is becoming a nasty little socialist, manipulationg and maligning everything he has an opinion on. Further that opinion is always right in typical university lecturer style.
Rudman sums up his feelings with this great one liner, "If they already know it all, why did they set up the independent Arta to advise them?"
Yes, that is very apt for this bunch of socialist know-it-alls.

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