#Laboursgottalent Redux [VIDEO]

Going through my archives, I found a Backbenchers debate between David Shearer and David Cunliffe for the last #laboursgottalent contest.

Apparently, they were all signed up to unite behind one leader (cough).

Hard to know whether to laugh at them or cry with them…

I’m definately getting the sense that this whole #laboursgottalent leadership thing is goundhog day…

Here’s an RNZ clip from the last #laboursgottalent contest where David Cunliffe (among others) pledges to loyally support and rebuild Labour whoever wins the contest.

We all know this is/was a lie.

BTW: David Cunliffe does have friends! He told us so…

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