The best news today is best summed up by DPF: I generally don’t comment on every single poll on the blog, preferring to do monthly commentary in my newsletter, but tonight’s One News Colmar Brunton can’t be ignored. The last time any party made 56% or higher in a Colmar Brunton poll was in September… Continue reading Helen On the Way Out – Officially!
The biggest story of the day is of course the “spy” employed by a security company working for Solid Energy. Firstly, the company who hired this kid are idiots. He was not “acting” as an enthusiastic member – he was one already! What were they thinking?!? Look. If you’re going to get a good spy,… Continue reading Spying on Idiots
The left are showing off a funny looking graph. It looks rather like this one: 😛
It seems that the conspiracy started by the Exclusive Brethren is much wider than first thought. Yes, another party met with the “chinless scarf wearers”. You’ll never guess who… HT Whaleoil.
I dunno what anyone else thinks, but when *the* image of a visit of one head of state to another has the visitor looking likes he/she wants to kill the host, that’s not good for relations, no? Of course, Bush was being a nice guy: President Bush described Miss Clark as “a straightforward, honest woman”… Continue reading Clark Hates Bush
Audrey Young reports on her “blog”: I can report that one of Mrs Pelosi’s staff asked about the New Zealand Prime Minister – “Is he here yet?” and that Mrs Pelosi looked slightly distracted when she came out of her office to greet the PM before taking her into her office for half an hour.… Continue reading Black Mark for Pelosi
Rather a lot of people have bought into the theory that Helen the Great is supporting the unleashing of CYFS on families because she now needs Green votes. Bollocks. This government has put through bill after bill to change the social fabric of this country. Civil Unions is clearly the big one, but remember prostitution… Continue reading Smacking and the Green/Labour Relationship
Once upon a time, Dear Leader Helen was always composed, always ready with good answer, always presentable and personable. That was then, this is now: A spokeswoman for Helen Clark said the Prime Minister had “no view on the biscuit” and – as far as her frontperson knew – did not consume them on flights.… Continue reading Veneer Almost Completely Gone
…was getting as angry as they were in late 2006. Oops. On other anti-corruption news, we really do need to agree on a standard nickname for our Great Leader, and her sidekick, Dear Leader.
As you all no doubt know by now Helen Clark, our Prime Minister, walked out on the valedictory speech of Dr Don Brash. So did Winston. Adolf puts his view well: … this grossest example of uncouth bad manners, flouting of convention, petulance and arrogance I can ever remember. It certainly is very bad manners.… Continue reading Helen Clark – No Respect for… Anything