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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Lange's Last Laugh

Dr Brash must have relished the moment and the looks on the faces of the brave socialists, gathered to laude their Hero. Heros can be so dangerous. Gorton, Hawke, Clinton to name a few. Lange was either brilliantly preceptive or very good at telling people what he thought they wanted to hear.
"I said that to my mind the Labour Party was committed to a large government, and was so bound up with the union movement that it would be difficult to change the union structure," Dr Brash said.

"I've never forgotten his response to my comments. He said 'I agree with you, join the Labour Party and help me change it'.

"I didn't believe he could change the Labour Party, so I turned down the invitation."

Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 11/10/2005 02:28:00 pm


Blogger Whaleoil said...

Wow today must be Adolf day....what is that 6 posts in a row.

11/10/2005 08:04:00 pm  
Blogger Ackers1 said...

I think Russell sums it up pretty well "I guess I'm not the only one who feels caught in the crossfire between crazy people"

11/10/2005 10:35:00 pm  
Blogger Antarctic Lemur said...

One day Brown might actually be capable of examining an event or responding directly to criticism instead of trying to portray himself as the benevolent yet down-with-it white man pronouncing judgement on the rabbly racist ignorant foaming peasant Christian masses.

11/10/2005 10:50:00 pm  

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