Braunias gives Moroney a kicking

Steve Braunias joins the Moroney party:

How one loves Easter! It’s so good to be away from one’s $150,000-a-year job doing whatever one does as a list MP who has been defeated in the past 27 elections by increasing landslides. One packs up the Jag, and one flees to one’s holiday home in the Coromandel. It’s the Kiwi way.

I was sitting back enjoying a nice glass from a rare $999 magnum (1500ml) of Destiny Bay 2010 Magna Praemia and nibbling on Cloudy Bay clams with jamon, chilli and parsley sauce which we had flown in from Auckland restaurant The Grill when I saw the most ludicrous sight.

It was a flash holiday house flying the Lockwood flag.

How priceless! Didn’t they know it lost at the referendum? Didn’t they know that New Zealanders voted against it with all their might? Didn’t they understand how foolish and out of touch with reality it made them look?  

I started taking photographs from the lounge window with my $1238 Nikon 1V3 compact system camera with a Nikon CX CMOS sensor and touch screen, but felt that I had to get a little closer.

I dressed in an adorable cotton khaki ensemble made by Trelise Cooper with sunglasses by Karen Walker and scarf by Juliette Hogan, and covered my face with mud from the garden. Then I crawled into some bushes on their front property, and started filming.

I nearly gave myself away to the owners, though, because I got the giggles. I thought to myself, “Gosh, Sue, here you are on all fours on the ground – you’re a kind of Easter bunny!”

Heh…Sue Moroney is the gift that keeps on giving.

I wonder if Labour will let her and the coven spike more capable and electable Labour candidates have a higher list placing than this miserable excuse for a politician and seven time loser.

 

– NZHerald


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