Labour ditches Wood in Botany

Chau-Fu WuAfter his spanking in Botany Labout has ditched their much vaunted union patsy Michael Wood for the upcoming election. Instead they have chosen Chau-Fu Wu to lose in the Botany seat against Jami-Lee Ross this year. I note the extreme confidence Labour has in selecting Mr Wu, he is in 70th and last place on Labour’s list. Michael Wood is at 32 and may just get there on current polling.

It makes Labour’s commitments to Botany by Michael Wood during the by-election look pretty shallow don’t ya think?

So where is the penis lolly crusader looking to stand, now he and Labour have again abandoned Botany?

Perhaps he is keeping his options open so he can stand in the Mt Roskill by-election in February.

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