Wrong answer John

Fireworks ban inevitable – KeyNational Party leader John Key believes a ban on the sale of fireworks is inevitable.
"I'm of the view that what's going to happen is inevitably they will be (banned)," Mr Key said on TV One's Breakfast programme today.
[NZ Politics]

The correct answer to the question was that we have had enough of the Nanny State and National will NOT support the banning of fun.

Now go away and reconsider. Grow a spine for gods sake. Repeat after me;

The State has no business regulating fun, individuals are the ones responsible for foolishness.

With regards to the burnt kids, What's more painful for this kid? Fireworks in the cot or being called mercedez!!

What sort of trashy fool takes a baby near fireworks? They don't have any other older kids to entertain? What's wrong with staying inside with the baby? Surely just the noise would send a wee baby's ears mental.

New Zealand is becoming the ultimate breeding ground for dumb white and black trash. You can't pass laws stopping this sort of stupidity. Pull your head out of your ass John and grow some balls.


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  • Adolf fiinkensein

    Naaaah, I think you are wrong on this one.  Hard headed businessmenat Progressive can see the writing on the wall.  How many houses do you need to see burned to the ground before you wake up?  John Key is right – he is simply stating the obvious.  Public opinion will support their removal from public sale.  The 'public' -that is, ignorant shit wits who think it is funny to toss sparklers into hoses – will bring about the removal of fireworks from the public.  Nothing new.  Just old old history repeating itself.

  • Oswald Bastable

    Watch now for the upsurge in improvised fireworks/explosives.

    Fucktards can't help but rise to the call of Darwin!

  • barnsleybill

    Adolf ,how disapointing to see you sucked in by progressives PR spin.

    The simple truth is progressive cannot compete with the warehouse for the sale of fireworks. The shortened sales period means they are carrying a large risk of being stuck with expensive inventory. This is why they are pulling out.

    It is the same as carters announcing last year that they are a family oriented company and as such will no longer be opening on Sundays. That was utter bollocks, the truth is they could not get staff to work on a Sunday in Auckland and the penal rates were killing them. 

  • Who the fuck gives their kid a stripper name at birth, really. 

  • Brian Smaller

    I saw the interview with the mother.  I knew she was not the brightest sparkler in the Boombox when she said that someone had to pay beacuse of a "faulty guy fawkes".


    She should have kept that little girl indoors and let her look from the window.  That is what we did when the kids were really young.