Comment of the Day

XCIA comments on Peter Dunne’s stunning hypocrisy:

After 33 years of blagging the public purse, the walking bow tie finally realised three weeks out from the 2017 election that Ohariu had finally had enough of him. Before the mongrel finally left his trough behind he pushes a republic and says “We can do so much better than continue to bend our knee to a hereditary monarch on the other side of the world.”  

Then, surprise, surprise the very Muppet who wants a republic and doesn’t want to bend his knee accepts a CNZM in the New Years honours list for services to parliament. In my mind the only decent thing he did was to finally walk away – is that what the CNZM was really for?

I wonder when Peter Dunne will do an expose on his other news and how his long suffering wife took it? Perhaps it should be her getting the CNZM?

I’ve always said never trust a man who wears a bowtie with normal business attire. Turns out I was right.

 

-WOBH


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