Mold Tries the Moroney Effect, Ctd

An observant reader comments on my earlier post about Fran Mold attempting to counter the Moroney Effect.

 On the back of the womans weak-ly article – it’s worth pointing out that the red car of shame is actually an Audi, and the lovely farmhouse they are pictured in front of is in rural lifestyle area Matangi – actually Lindsay Tisch’s electorate, which her kids were schooled in.  Yeah, she’s really keen on supporting the blue collar workers in Hamilton West…and their schools..

I know plenty of MP’s both National and Labour don’t live in their electorates, but not many as sanctimonious about looking after the downtrodden as Sue…I’m sure a Toyota Corolla would have done the trick, why Audi?…and if you want to go European why not a nice Finnish Tunturi?

It certainly looks like Sue Moroney has borrowed the Greens shield of sanctimony.

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