The sour grapes strategy, Ctd

It wasn’t just the one email Labour’s chief spin doctor sent to RadioLive pleading for Phil to get his own show.

There was a whole chain of them.

“We strongly believe this is unfair”… “We ask that you reconsider”

So, Labour is only complaining that RadioLive’s broadcast was illegal because they couldn’t bully the radio station into a backdown.

Ahh.. sour grapes…

I think Michael Cullen said something about this.

It started with the words, “We won you lost…

 


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  • Hakim of phut

    How can emails from a parliamentary server   to a private company   ( parliament .govt.nz) be accessible under OIA. 

     I thought Parliament  itself is  exempt from the OIA.

  • Roger

    Same way parliamentary paid servers host The Standard

    •  Is that right?

  • AnonWgtn

    Did not think little tubby was still in a job after Phil jumped sinking ship.
    But doubt if she could get a legit job back in the media – except Red Alert or the Standard.
    Perhaps some Union will have her, but she did not do a good job for Phil really.

    • Hakim of phut

      Hooten once worked for Phil as well…. your point is ?

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