Whaleoil Awards – Worst List MP

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There were a great many comments, but the finalists are:

Raymond Huo – Mr Invisible except for his terminally boring posts on Red Alert..then he is the SMOG master now that Trev has gone silent.

Hekia Parata – Nominated for obvious reasons…may take out this award plus the Worst minister award. She has talked herself up sine like forever, and failed deliver for just as long. In the Mana by election she skited that she came close but in the general election faded. In her job as a minister on the basis of tokenism rather than merit, and protected in her ineptitude by Bill English’s mob and for some reason John Key.

Asenati Lole-Taylor – Her first name should be AseNasti. Moderator Travis Poulson is quite accurate:

Asenati Lole-Taylor by a long shot. A NZ First list MP with more ego and arrogant nastiness of someone that actually has a mandate. Someone needs to tell her that twitter and alcohol don’t go together.

100% nasty piece of work.

Rajen Prasad – A more useless MP you couldn’t train if you tried

Gareth HughesTeletubby comments:

Definitely Hughes – hypocrisy beyond measure, flying around the country bitching about carbon footprints

Gazzaw adds:

Gareth Hughes though gets my overall vote as a whining, bludging hypocrite – with a name like his is there any possibility that we could deport him back to Wales?

Whaleoil Awards - Worst List MP

  • Gareth Hughes (62%, 286 Votes)
  • Hekia Parata (18%, 82 Votes)
  • Asenati Lole-Taylor (11%, 52 Votes)
  • Rajen Prasad (7%, 34 Votes)
  • Raymond Huo (2%, 8 Votes)

Total Voters: 462

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