Luxury-loving Gay Boy might quit

No Shame Carter is having a spazz and again crying poof-bashing. He thinks he will quit.

This blogger says do it now and stop threatening us with your sanctimonious, self aggrandising, supercilious smugness, bugger off and do it now.

Koru Club Carter - TrougherNew Zealand’s first openly gay Cabinet minister is close to quitting Parliament because he is sick of being attacked as a “luxury-loving gay boy”.

Labour’s Chris Carter and his civil partner Peter Kaiser angrily hit back yesterday after being condemned for being among the worst offenders in the MP expenses scandal.

Party leader Phil Goff is tipped to demote Carter to the backbenches, after he topped the list of personal spending from the public purse during the term of the last government.

In an interview with the Herald on Sunday yesterday, Carter said: “I just have to make a decision: Do I want to keep putting up with this?

“Do you want to live your life with this stuff going on all the time? You know, I love being an MP. But there might well be a point soon where I think this is just not worth it.”

Piss off No Shame. Your are a serial trougher, worse you don’t even know it. Just wait until you are proven categorically wrong about your claims of being forced to use limousines in Adelaide.

“That has been another hard thing – people trying to paint this image of these luxury-loving gay boys who are swanning around, flowers to the boyfriend,” he said.

“I have lots of faults … but arrogance, pride and love of luxury are not among them.”‘

Oh cry me a river of tears. Those are all a statement of fact. We don’t need to paint that image we just have to look right at you and your wife. The credit card statements speak for themselves, almost like a paint by numbers of luxury-loving gay boys who are swanning around, flowers to boyfriend, arrogant, proud, and lovers of luxury.

He said TV3 political editor Duncan Garner had a “Get Carter” vendetta, claiming Garner told him ‘I am going to f***ing well get you’ during a row in an Air New Zealand Koru Club lounge nine months ago.

But TV3 head of new and current affairs Mark Jennings denied there was a grudge.

He said: “It’s not unheard of for reporters to have robust exchanges with politicians.

“Carter is a serial offender on expenses … it’s Duncan’s job to shine the light on that.”

If there wasn’t a “Get Carter” plan before there sure as hell will be one now. With the added bonus of Patrick Gower chomping on raw meat.

If closet pinko Kerre Woodham can see the egregious troughing of No Shame Carter then the whole world can.

Chris Carter, the serial trougher, was at it again. Despite being advised repeatedly as to what was appropriate use for his ministerial credit card, and despite being sent the entire parliamentary policy on credit card use, just as a reminder, Chris Carter continually bent the rules.

Movies, flowers, fruit and massages – whether the massages had happy endings isn’t specified on the bill – all popped up on Carter’s credit card.

He has paid back whatever he owed and pointed out that, on occasion, his staff had been doing the zip-zapping. But he didn’t seem fazed at having been outed. Well, I suppose he wouldn’t, would he?

Time for an inquiry and some prosecutions.


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

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