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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty. Some other losers are also standing down from National but they're hardly relevant.


She was a self absorbed, lazy poly. The yarns I have about that woman. All sex, drugs and rock n roll, without the music.

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:smug: ty ty

Though it remains to be seen who their replacements are I think this will only strengthen National. Other than pissing people off, I'm not to sure what Carter, Dowie and Wagner will be remembered for.


Similarly, I suspect National would be better off if Nick Smith f**ked off into retirement.

National certainly seem more effective at biffing their dead wood. Both parties have plenty of it to get rid of.


After the next election, all the MP's should be escorted into the beehive, shown their shiny new offices, and then the doors to the building should be locked. That way they will be safely contained for the next three years.


I've got good and bad news, FOG.

The bad news is that there's nowhere near enough room for 130 MPs and staff in the Beehive offices, which is why Bowen House and Parliament House are used.

The good news is that such a plan could create a Lord of the Flies situation. I'm all in on that.


We could live stream it. Would be at least as interesting as the big brother house.


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Fat Old Git wrote:
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:smug: ty ty

Though it remains to be seen who their replacements are I think this will only strengthen National. Other than pissing people off, I'm not to sure what Carter, Dowie and Wagner will be remembered for.


Similarly, I suspect National would be better off if Nick Smith f**ked off into retirement.

National certainly seem more effective at biffing their dead wood. Both parties have plenty of it to get rid of.


After the next election, all the MP's should be escorted into the beehive, shown their shiny new offices, and then the doors to the building should be locked. That way they will be safely contained for the next three years.


I've got good and bad news, FOG.

The bad news is that there's nowhere near enough room for 130 MPs and staff in the Beehive offices, which is why Bowen House and Parliament House are used.

The good news is that such a plan could create a Lord of the Flies situation. I'm all in on that.


We could live stream it. Would be at least as interesting as the big brother house.


Who would be last one standing? I'm betting on Judith Collins or Ron Mark.


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Gordon Bennett wrote:
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Similarly, I suspect National would be better off if Nick Smith f**ked off into retirement.

National certainly seem more effective at biffing their dead wood. Both parties have plenty of it to get rid of.


After the next election, all the MP's should be escorted into the beehive, shown their shiny new offices, and then the doors to the building should be locked. That way they will be safely contained for the next three years.


I've got good and bad news, FOG.

The bad news is that there's nowhere near enough room for 130 MPs and staff in the Beehive offices, which is why Bowen House and Parliament House are used.

The good news is that such a plan could create a Lord of the Flies situation. I'm all in on that.


We could live stream it. Would be at least as interesting as the big brother house.


Who would be last one standing? I'm betting on Judith Collins or Ron Mark.

I dunno, somehow, after the smoke had cleared and the camera pans around the room, there Winnie be sitting with a glass of something in hand going "I warned you"


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jambanja wrote:
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After the next election, all the MP's should be escorted into the beehive, shown their shiny new offices, and then the doors to the building should be locked. That way they will be safely contained for the next three years.


I've got good and bad news, FOG.

The bad news is that there's nowhere near enough room for 130 MPs and staff in the Beehive offices, which is why Bowen House and Parliament House are used.

The good news is that such a plan could create a Lord of the Flies situation. I'm all in on that.


We could live stream it. Would be at least as interesting as the big brother house.


Who would be last one standing? I'm betting on Judith Collins or Ron Mark.

I dunno, somehow, after the smoke had cleared and the camera pans around the room, there Winnie be sitting with a glass of something in hand going "I warned you"

Yep, Winnie is un-killable. Crusher Collins will clear the house for him but he'll take her out in the end.

I think she'll take Brudges out first before striking at the Labour MPs.

Damn, I really want to watch this show now.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Basically, you're saying that Winnie is the archetypal cockroach that would supposedly survive nuclear Armageddon.

I'd suspect there'd be a long list of people wanting to take him down first. He'd take a few out for sure, but he'd be overwhelmed by the numbers.


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Basically, you're saying that Winnie is the archetypal cockroach that would supposedly survive nuclear Armageddon.

I'd suspect there'd be a long list of people wanting to take him down first. He'd take a few out for sure, but he'd be overwhelmed by the numbers.

Classic underrating of his ability to survive in stark contrast to your previous sentence. :D


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Basically, you're saying that Winnie is the archetypal cockroach that would supposedly survive nuclear Armageddon.

I'd suspect there'd be a long list of people wanting to take him down first. He'd take a few out for sure, but he'd be overwhelmed by the numbers.

Classic underrating of his ability to survive in stark contrast to your previous sentence. :D


He'd be taken out... only to miraculously emerge once the numbers have been whittled down a bit more. How did he survive? Nourished somehow on short-wave radio broadcasts of horse racing and stashes of heavily buttered bread and single malt whisky.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Despite the lives they’ve led Bob Jones and Winston are going to outlive all of Keith Richards style , they probably all sold their souls to the devil at the same crossroads.


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Winston says he will answer all questions about the NZ first foundation on Facebook live within the next 48 hours . Does anyone really think that will happen?

https://mobile.twitter.com/winstonpeter ... 8190194689

Just yesterday he was claiming he wasn’t involved in it at all

https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/polit ... sfo-probe/


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Winston says he will answer all questions about the NZ first foundation on Facebook live within the next 48 hours . Does anyone really think that will happen?

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Well, interesting first session at parliament by the looks of the TV news soundbites. So much for relentless positivity was the intro.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Winston says he will answer all questions about the NZ first foundation on Facebook live within the next 48 hours . Does anyone really think that will happen?

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My predictions for the Top 3 answers:

1. Yeah nah get rooted

2. Get rooted yeah nah

3. Lick my d8


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Jacinda is my ultimate survivor. The speed and strength of a thoroughbred. The ability to cloak herself in various garb, charm snakes and hypnotise with her expressive hands and beaming smile would make her a dangerous proposition. Factor in she is grossly underestimated because of her image as a dumb nag would see her conquer all.


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Has National been bashing them with the sex scandal stuff, that the defendant is relation to a sitting MP ....and that the nothing to see here report into the rapey culture was done by micheal cullins wife.....most transparent government ever...


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Jacinda is my ultimate survivor. The speed and strength of a thoroughbred. The ability to cloak herself in various garb, charm snakes and hypnotise with her expressive hands and beaming smile would make her a dangerous proposition. Factor in she is grossly underestimated because of her image as a dumb nag would see her conquer all.


:lol: I fear for your destination in the afterlife


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Has National been bashing them with the sex scandal stuff, that the defendant is relation to a sitting MP ....and that the nothing to see here report into the rapey culture was done by micheal cullins wife.....most transparent government ever...


Cullins fingers are everywhere regarding Labours sex scandals . His brother in law was the judge in the summer camp groper case, the judges wife was a labour mp too.

Also the leaked report into the rapey former leader of young labour says they went out of their way to protect the accused and did very little to help his accusers.

But, but ,misleading ads etc.


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I’m sorry, I didn’t realise you could do a bunch of bullshit advertisements if the opposition has issues around a sex scandal.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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I’m sorry, I didn’t realise you could do a bunch of bullshit advertisements if the opposition has issues around a sex scandal.


Its cool no need to apologise. A lot of people lose perspective about these sorts of things, personally I think having continual issues with young staff members being sexually assaulted should be a far more pressing issue than deliberately misleading ads but guess which one seems to be more of an issue to a lot of people? Seems odd to me how quickly Labours sleazy behaviour drops out of the news cycle.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


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I’m sorry, I didn’t realise you could do a bunch of bullshit advertisements if the opposition has issues around a sex scandal.


Tbf, there aren't many political ads out there that don't contain a large amount of BS. Be they the "They're xxx" or the "we're xxx" kind.


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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


She's a velour tracksuit wearing slapper.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Tehui wrote:
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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


I was going to offer mine but don't think my receding hairline could handle the pillow talk


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Fat Old Git wrote:
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I’m sorry, I didn’t realise you could do a bunch of bullshit advertisements if the opposition has issues around a sex scandal.


Tbf, there aren't many political ads out there that don't contain a large amount of BS. Be they the "They're xxx" or the "we're xxx" kind.


Yep then theres stuff like "shit was running down the walls at Middlemore" which is a lie but our pm repeated twice it parliament today .

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/arti ... d=12036681

It's a good thing the health minister in the most open and transparent government ever didn't bully people to keep quiet or offer them jobs in return for their silence about the lies he was telling about Middlemore ......no wait he totally did that

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics ... emore.html


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Kahu wrote:
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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


I was going to offer mine but don't think my receding hairline could handle the pillow talk


You're just her type based on that description. Be gentle on her.


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 Post subject: Re: NZ Politics Thread
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Kahu wrote:
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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


I was going to offer mine but don't think my receding hairline could handle the pillow talk


I think there hasn't been enough appreciation for the fact she mocked him from head to toe.


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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


I was going to offer mine but don't think my receding hairline could handle the pillow talk


I think there hasn't been enough appreciation for the fact she mocked him from head to toe.


The Hallmark Card is worthy of one more review.

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Before you interpret this as your usual narc self - don't. Interpret it as me - you are a F* ugly MF pig. Shave that F* tuft of hair off your F* front of skull head and own your baldness - you sweaty, fat, inturned mutant.


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Tehui wrote:
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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty.


If she needs a shoulder to lean on, I'm only a phone call away.


I was going to offer mine but don't think my receding hairline could handle the pillow talk


I think there hasn't been enough appreciation for the fact she mocked him from head to toe.


The Hallmark Card is worthy of one more review.

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Before you interpret this as your usual narc self - don't. Interpret it as me - you are a F* ugly MF pig. Shave that F* tuft of hair off your F* front of skull head and own your baldness - you sweaty, fat, inturned mutant.


There’s more isn’t there?


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Pass.

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Kahu wrote:
Jacinda is my ultimate survivor. The face and teeth of a thoroughbred. The ability to cloak herself in various garb, charm snakes and hypnotise with her expressive hands and beaming smile would make her a dangerous proposition. Factor in she is grossly underestimated because of her image as a dumb nag would see her conquer all.


Corrected


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Sad to see the back of Sarah Dowie. Never one to shy away from the tough jobs. She always had her hands full and was never afraid to get down on her hands and knees and get dirty. Some other losers are also standing down from National but they're hardly relevant.


She was a self absorbed, lazy poly. The yarns I have about that woman. All sex, drugs and rock n roll, without the music.

Yeah but you've gotta love that text.
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That is a staggering text. :lol:


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I've already been thanking him for the past year for vetoing Jacinda's Capital Gains Tax. 8) :thumbup:


Most moronic, ham fisted, expedient move in NZ politics in recent memory.

Selfishness and the 3 year election cycle wins yet again.


I think Winston's views on CGT has been formed over a longer period than 3 years.


Sigh! I'm not just talking about Winny, obviously.


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Ardern promises $300 million for the homeless. That’s odd because she promised to end homelessness by winter 2018 . Didn’t someone here say she was just joking about that?


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Did anyone catch Winnies "explanation" and if so who's fault is it etc, can't see anything in the news


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Did anyone catch Winnies "explanation" and if so who's fault is it etc, can't see anything in the news


It was just his usual bluster and obfuscation, https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/mik ... oundation/

https://thespinoff.co.nz/politics/13-02 ... -facebook/

Hopefully he stays polling at 3.8% or less come Election Day.


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This Rio Tinto bullshit. Asking for government and local government to part fund disposing their toxic waste and then backing out of the agreement. That, and their constant threats to close Tiwai Point.

Just spit-balling here, as I haven't thought through the full consequences, but say the government called Rio Tinto's bluff and closed Tiwai Point, what would stop the government from nationalising the smelter? Do Rio Tinto own the bauxite trade and could prevent Tiwai receiving the raw materials?


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This Rio Tinto bullshit. Asking for government and local government to part fund disposing their toxic waste and then backing out of the agreement. That, and their constant threats to close Tiwai Point.

Just spit-balling here, as I haven't thought through the full consequences, but say the government called Rio Tinto's bluff and closed Tiwai Point, what would stop the government from nationalising the smelter? Do Rio Tinto own the bauxite trade and could prevent Tiwai receiving the raw materials?


Do it!


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That's what - 1000 jobs in Southland. For that reason RT know that they are in the box seat.


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Some of the highest paid and most skilled jobs as well I believe.


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That's what - 1000 jobs in Southland. For that reason RT know that they are in the box seat.


800. Not sure about skill, but a lot would find it hard to get employment elsewhere. Still, a good old fashioned socialist nationalisation would be fun.


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