Focussing on the things that matter, Ctd

Keeping Stock

David Shearer has posted on his Facebook wall a little skite about appearing in Woman’s Weekly….not the NZ Woman’s Weekly mind…the Australian Woman’s Weekly.

That’s nice David but isn’t your party the one that constantly harps on about people more interested in photo-shoots and smiling and waving? Aren’t Labour the ones always moaning about exporting jobs etc to Australia?

A quick glance through his Facebook however reveals that David Shearer is really focussing on the things that matter to Kiwi voters.

He has posts about his appearances in various appearances in magazines and newspapers like Classic Car featuring his MG plus links to video and radio appearances in the media.

Now don’t get me wrong…I am not criticising his posting of these things…it is just that when you claim that you are focussing on the things that matter and then fill your Facebook with things that don’t and also exhibit the vert traits that you criticise the Prime Minister for…well…then you can rightly be called a hypocrite.

I doubt we will hear Chris Hipkins applying another of the Hipkins’ Standards against his own leader will we?

 One can just imagine Mr English sitting there in the back seat reading the latest Woman’s Weekly and checking his Facebook page. Nice to know that he’s being well looked after, what with the fresh flowers in his office (he’s one of the govt’s biggest spenders) and that nice house in Karori (not with the extra hour a week of cleaning mind you)…

Not likely. It is funny how these little cutesy one liner attacks always seem to bite them on the ass.


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