ACT in blue – gives up all pretense

Written By: - Date published: 10:04 am, August 1st, 2017 - 10 comments
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The Epsom branch of the National Party.

10 comments on “ACT in blue – gives up all pretense”

  1. mosa 1

    That sign and MP is an insult to the thinking people of Epsom.

  2. RRM 2

    Looks like National and Act have some kind of MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING…?

    I’d vote for him. More freedom, less government control!

  3. The Lone Haranguer 3

    Hey the blue sign in Auckland thing worked for Phil Goff 🙂

    so what did Seymour have to lose?

  4. Henry Filth 4

    Out of interest, does anyone know if Seymour’s been any good as an electorate MP?

  5. Wensleydale 5

    “Arnold Rimmer – The Right Choice (for gratuitous, life-ruining Space Directives courtesy of the National Party.)”

  6. jcuknz 6

    I wonder if Jacindra will insist that Labour mps do not wear blue or bluish ties to photo-ops.
    Very noticeable on fat guy with glasses behind her during i/vs whoever he is?

    • jcuknz 6.1

      Later …I noticed that out going leader had a red tie and Jacindra had a neat red jacket as she walked to Caucus.

  7. Arnold Rimmer: Fan Tribute – YouTube
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