A couple of morning cartoons

Written By: - Date published: 10:57 am, July 30th, 2017 - 9 comments
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9 comments on “A couple of morning cartoons”

    • Bill 1.1

      🙂

    • lprent 1.2

      Cause and effect. Because National have been trying to avoid thinking about housing and homelessness and failed to deal with it in a timely manner – now they have a real problem that is going to take a bundle of spending to correct. Just like a dozen different other areas from infrastructure to polluted waterways.

      National have shoved the collective kiwi arse into a cleft stick between killing the ‘value’ of the housing assets supporting the household debt and the rising costs of people being unable to find a place to live. Consequently families are freezing themselves on the streets and the government has the rapidly rising cost of trying to deal with just the most politically sensitive cases.

      National really are completely incompetent managers of the economy. Labour always winds up having to bail the short-sighted National mother fuckers out of the insane stupidities – while also trying to do it after National has kicked the government debt up to insane levels..

  1. Ed 2

    Tom Scott drew an amazing one about Hosking last week.
    Can’t find it online though

    • McFlock 3.1

      At least tell us that your link goes to kiwiblog, dipshit.

      • greywarshark 3.1.1

        Shouldn’t touch anything coming from srylands, it will be of dubious origin. I fell in and ended up on hatesheet-matesheet Kiwiblog.

    • Ah, yes, National admitting that they’re compulsive liars.

    • lprent 3.3

      That’s right srylands. Be a good stupid Nact supporter and concentrate on minor ‘moral’ matters while ignoring the real world fuckups of your idiots in government.

      Hey next thing we know, you’ll be complaining about being encouraged to change to more efficient light bulbs, or advocating that police aren’t allowed to charge people for putting their kids in hospital or whatever stupid little matter that the dipshits of talkback radio use to divert your little mind.

      The word “simpleton” was just made for you.

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