Audrey Young has seen through Labour's charades

Audrey Young has seen through Clark's charades over Mallard. She writes that Labour is simply trying to distract from their ebbing support in parliament for retrospective legislation.

[quote]One can only image the private telling off he received down the phone line from Clark in Tonga when he was in transit in Los Angeles: "Trevor, it's me. I've had to call you deplorable and say you'll agree to lift standards in the House.

"Just tell them you'll agree. I was a bit tough on the Auditor-General yesterday but I think it's finally working. By the way: have you got any ideas on how I can put the boot into Brash tomorrow? What did you say? 'Cancerous?' Ha ha ha ha."[/quote]

Exactly, Audrey, exactly. Boy I can't wait till the next poll comes out. 


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