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Talk about stupid from Fairfax

Fairfax really are seeking relevance with retarded stories like the one about what happens to John Key’s security detail when he resigns.

For the past eight years John?Key has been flanked by a team of Diplomatic Protection Service agents who have kept him safe. But?come Monday, he may be fending for himself.

Police, along with Key’s office, declined to comment on Tuesday?whether or not he would retain any of his security detail once he steps down next week. ?? Read more »

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An entourage?

The problem with nasty attacks by Labour is that sooner or later they come back to bite you on the bum.

Pete Hodgson, under orders from the Goffice, attacked John Key for the use of the DPS. For months they went after these guys and used them for their own political ends. Mallard tweeted about them, in the gym, at the pool, and around parliament.

Pete Hodgson put in endless questions over the costs, all to make the impression that somehow John Key “special”, was above us all and was keeping DPS around him to create that impression.

Labour MP Pete Hodgson said the underlining reason is that Key enjoys the appearance of an entourage.

“He is unlike any other Prime Minister, man or woman, before him.”

Well today Phil Goff tweeted this:

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Prior to that he was spotted at about 0950 outside Radio New Zealand in Auckland, leaping from the state funded limousine he swore he wouldn’t use back in February, and complete with his own “entourage” of DPS who were following in another car.

As I said, you go nasty, sooner or later it bites.

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Why National will win easily

Can anyone imagine Helen Clark or even Phil Goff doing this?

This is a clear example of the drawing power and vote winning of bogan behaviour.

BTW I see the “mad-dog” arm wrestler at Canterbury University is a ranga – no doubt the left will say that John Key’s security guard was being cruel to animals.

A Canterbury University student going by the name “Mad Dog” has won an armwrestle showdown with one of Prime Minister John Key’s bodyguards.

Students challenged Mr Key to pit his best security guard against their best armwrestler during his visit to their campus this afternoon.

The battle between “Mad Dog” and the unidentified guard lasted about 20 seconds.

In TVNZ footage, Mr Key could be heard saying “Mad Dog’s obviously very strong”.

He later said he would have given the winning student a knighthood if he had been nominated for the New Year’s honours list.

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