Fun in the House

Labour seem to have nicked National’s election playbook….from 2002. They are mounting attacks on anything that moves in utter desperation of their predicament. They simply can’t see the wood for the trees. Trevor Mallard is flailing away on Red Alert smearing Don Brash as though he is the enemy, he is then in the House smearing people who aren’t even politicians randomly in a desperate attempt to join some dots that don’t exist. It is hilarious to watch.

Labour are essentially trying to re-run The Hollow Men meme. It might have worked in 2005 with mentions of American bag-men and the Brethren boogey-men but it won’t run now. They are simply chasing their tails for relevance

Watch as Goff and Mallard get smashed up by the PM and by Lockwood in Question one today. labour just don’t get it that ACT isn’t the enemy, nor is Don Brash. They are simply playing into Brash’s hands by continually talking about him. Right now any air time is good air time.

Heh…John Key suggested they hire someone like my hunting mate Simon Lusk to roll Goff.

Then I got mentioned again in parliament by David Shearer, this time on his beat up of a months old issue chasing Murray McCully. Again I have to re-iterate that if I could have gone after Murray McCully I would have, with boots on.

Hehe…Wayne Mapp suggested I was “woefully mis-informed”. He doesn’t know who my sources are so was prob­a­bly ill-advised to say that. But then again he has spent his entire career being “woe­fully mis-informed” so he is National’s res­i­dent expert on the topic. He then denied ever reading my blog…to guffaws from both sides of the house.

Nice to know that Wayne Mapp isn’t responsible for whether or not I am correct.

This beat-up back-fired on Labour though because Wayne Mapp slapped them back with an example of Helen Clark’s use of a 757. Dumb, dumb, dumb…as I said before wood and trees is the issue.

 


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  • mediatart

    So Helen used the 757 . So she should, she was the PM. Keys has used it too.

    For McCully , your instincts were right Whale, the Mac needed akicking.
    Unfortunately just looking at the flights from Auckland to Pt Vila wasnt enough . There is Qantas, who have daily flights even in the off season . Sydney or Brisbane.
    Then there is Air Vanuatu , flights to Brisbane, Sydney melbourne.
    Who knew ?
    McCully could have come back via Australia very quickly.
    But he much prefers to play Panjamdrum with his own jet waiting for him.

  • pdm

    I think intolerent Trev has some real shit on his liver at present. Today I copped a 3 month ban and a years moderation over at Red Alert just for telling the truth about Ray Lind `white anting’ the HBDHB so Cunliffe could sack A fellow called George stuck up for me and almost copped a ban is well.

    Obviously Trev only wants sycophants commenting there.

    • thor42

      Ouch……
      Oh well, the bright side is – “the bad guys get the women…..” :)

  • liberty

    Was that a photo of Che. On Honas laptop in the house today.

  • thor42

    Meanwhile, back in Pakistan……..
    What the Pakistan “intelligence” agencies missed…….. ;)
    http://quincyfire.blogspot.com/2011/05/what-pakistani-intelligence-agencies.html?spref=tw

  • chiefsfan73

    And these clowns, acting like Jim Hensons hand is up their arse want to run the country. How many times does the speaker need to explain standing orders. He explained he would have no problem with the question Shearer was asking if it were re phrased, yet he asked it again in the same fashion. Then Pete “past use by date” Hodgson suggests the speaker just, hear him out. All reminds me of Demi Moore in a few good men “strenuously objecting”, [email protected]#kwits

  • Doc

    “as I said before wood and trees is the issue.”

    Not looking at it from Labour’s perspective it’s not. After all, everybody’s equal, they’re just more equal than everyone else. And Helen doesn’t count. After all, she was the second coming…

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