Focussing on things that matter, Ctd

Labour has pretty much given up on Red Alert they are now posting stuff from unelectable candidates.

While Mark Mitchell is out canvassing Rodney electorate looking to increase the National majority Labour’s candidate is being highlighted on Red Alert.

Pity the poor lady, she is at 43 on Labour’s lightweight list of losers. Even below career trougher Jordan Carter at 40. Lower even than poor Kate Sutton who has quit her gay job in Auckland to campaign fulltime in Jacinda Ardern’s backyard in the Waikato.

None of these three are even going to get close to parliament unless they have organised a lickspittles position in one of the few surviving MPs offices.

I don’t think Mark Mitchell will be losing any sleep fighting off this candidate. He has had heavier battles with the razor in the morning than he will with Labour in Rodney electorate.


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  • JK

    Breakfast this morning: “Labour’s plan to ditch National Standards”
    President of the NZ Principal’s Federation Peter Simpson still claiming that these standards are confusing, wrong and would not work. And Massey University Professor of Literacy Education Tom Nicholson being very refreshing and making understanding of these standards very simple and easy. I loved the contrast between the dark,undertaker’s style clad Simpson and the hippy style of Professor Nicholson. A far cry from the past of Labour…

    • thor42

      Tom Nicholson is BLOODY good!
      I’ve just dug out an article from “The Listener” (Mar 4-10 2000) about the teaching of reading in schools.
      He appears in that and has done some really good research on the teaching of reading.

  • Scanner

    “Jacinda Ardern’s back­yard”, now that is an interesting thought, does she share a horse cover with Jacinda in the the long cold nights, and do they argue over who gets the most hay?

  • Christine has degrees in Political Science (with First Class Honours), and Philosophy from Auckland University, where she also taught politics. She has been a supporter of both Greenpeace and Forest and Bird for over 20 years, serving in various governance roles.
    Christine has also led significant environmental campaigns, most notably working with the Labour Government to protect Mauis and Hectors dolphins. She is a strong advocate of sustainable transport for Auckland. In her spare time she is an artist, and tramps, kayaks and cycles.

    Says it all really…

    • diabolos

      Yeah .. she is a nice person. What did you have in mind?