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Monday, October 24, 2005

Greens Raped, Beg Rapist to '**** Me Again'

Phishing is intent on accelerating the drive for regime change within the Greens Party. (Yes, I know the headline is slightly 'off' but it's the most accurate analogy and far less 'off' than some of the gross nonsense I've seen recently over at The Whig.)

Here's is the Greens' great vision for New Zealand. Yes, this is their real vision, not the PR release they dreamed up for the election debates. No pretence at avoiding negative campaigning here. Funny thing is, before the election we didn't hear so much of this.

If it did fall apart, the Greens were waiting in the wings.

"Our one bottom line throughout the campaign and since has been to stop National forming a government. So if the current arrangements change for any reason we stand ready and able to help them (Labour) form a better government than the one they got," Mr Donald said.

How strange that the Greens see National as the one deadly and mortal enemy and Labour as the light, the way and the truth, when for the last two years all I have heard from media commentators and others is that National and Labour are indistinguishable.

Oh well. That's the current Greens leadership's perception of reality.
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Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 10/24/2005 08:44:00 AM

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

adolf..this model of labour is distinguishable from this actite model of national....and to expect the greens to stand by and allow this actite model of national to form a government when they have the means to stop that happening is expecting a bit much..eh..?

and as i've mentioned elsewhere..clark was understandably chary of resting her governments longevity on the ongoing goodwill of harawira the younger....

and as jane clifton has also pointed out in this weeks listener...the greens have got a hospital pass from this toxic little quartet of a government..and could well end up the winners...in the long run that is..which is where it counts...eh..?

phil(whoar.co.nz)

10/24/2005 09:44:00 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

"the greens have got a hospital pass from this toxic little quartet of a government..and could well end up the winners...in the long run that is"

Phil, I suspect that you are right. Moreover, the same could be said for any party not part of the "Government" at the moment!

10/25/2005 09:22:00 AM  
Blogger Antarctic Lemur said...

What puzzles me is why the Labourites are allowing Labour to go the same way as the UK Conservatives. Who will lead the party after Clark? No one has been allowed to take a prominent role. No one exudes any sort of confidence in their ability, aside from Goff maybe. And Clark has kept him well away.

10/25/2005 09:26:00 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

al, you make an interesting point. Succession planning doesn’t happen in personality cults. I just don’t think Clark (or more probably Simpson) would allow that sort of discussion to take place.

10/26/2005 09:18:00 AM  

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