Actually, a little less conversation please Cindy

Jacinda Ardern says “conversation” seven times in about 3 minutes. It is utterly cringeworthy. Especially when she exclaims that funding of voluntary organisations is “somethink” she has been worried about.

As for dancing around on propping up a failing and sunset industry, why didn’t the boy wonder hit her with a comment about that? Why not prop up buggy whip manufacturers?    

“We’ve got an industry here, and it’s, you know, a significant industry in NZ, which has higher costs and diminishing returns, and so what can we do to make sure the industry continues to thrive”.

Uhmm, how can it be thriving with higher costs and diminishing returns? That is a sunset industry and why should the taxpayer prop it it up.

There are plenty of other businesses out there with higher costs and diminishing returns and they aren’t getting significant public funding.

The TAB and the Racing Board make millions. They should pay for the racecourse.

Jacinda Ardern is dreadful, unprepared and continues to speak in slogans and gobbledegook.

How about a little bit less conversation.



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