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Bennett is PM. We are doomed …

Written By: - Date published: 12:19 pm, October 27th, 2016 - 25 comments
Categories: national/act government, paula bennett, Politics, you couldn't make this shit up - Tags:


The Herald is reporting that Paula Bennett is acting Prime Minister. Take no precautions. Make sure that you have plenty of food and water stocked up and only venture outside if you absolutely have to. Things could get rough …

25 comments on “Bennett is PM. We are doomed … ”

  1. Richard Rawshark 1

    LMFAO, you read my post?

    Currently encouraging three dogs to dig a rather large bone hole in back yard?

    Figured easier than making mum do it. We are almost prepared.

    Can someone please count all the needy, just so we can check they are alive after she is forced under the mental health act to relinquish control.

  2. Richard Rawshark 2

    But seriously, how is she a low MP, at the helm what the story, can Key make his mum PM for the day at his whim.

    Pls we vote for a PM and deputy even if it another clown called Bill, I can tolerate that just, but her. That nasty no good lying back stabbing cow. Who scoffed at justice and declared herself above rules. She’s lucky she’s not in jail, and bloody should be.

  3. Richard Rawshark 3

    ..I got to go outside and play with the dogs, this is making me throw up at the thought. Laterz.

  4. Siobhan 4

    I don’t know, when May was away in August the Brits got Boris Johnson…and the Aussies got Barnaby Joyce when Turnbull was MIA…it’s always a freak show when the Boss is away, but life goes on…though the thought of Bennett bursting with pride and joy as John handed her the keys and instructions on feeding the cat (translate; beat the poor, the vulnerable, the sickly, the young, the old, the workers)…not a nice image, not nice at all.

  5. james 5

    Get used to it – in 2020 it could be for a lot longer than a day 😉

    • Richard Rawshark 5.1

      Listen Paula aka james, as your the only one who would say that. you sick stalker, who’s been stalking my posts for three days now..admins!..

      Paula Bennet will never become the elected PM of this country. Not legitimately.

      I don’t think the public like her THAT much.

      • james 5.1.1

        1 – Im not Paula.

        2 – I’m guessing you have a sense of self importance happening here. Its not your post unless you are “Notices and Features”, Nor was I replying to anything you wrote.

        So Im unsure how you can call this stalking and yell out to the admins. Thats a bit of a false accusation there.

        I think you need to step outside and get some sunshine – its a lovely day and it will make you feel better.

    • Stuart Munro 5.2

      Nope – Paula doesn’t have what it takes – and the Gnats are going to be a long time in the wilderness after 2017. Those who aren’t in jail.

      • Chuck 5.2.1

        As the sun rises each morning, the Nat’s are going to loss an election. However if its 2017 time will tell.

        If Labour to form a Government requires the Greens AND NZF and maybe the MP…it will only be a one term Government.

        “Those who aren’t in jail”

        NZ is not Zimbabwe.

  6. Takere 6

    …And the NZ Dollar tanks! The NZ Net International Debt just went up $2.8b! http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11736375

    • james 6.1

      Hardly Tanks – “The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest level in more than a week against the Australian dollar after inflation data across the Tasman was stronger than the market had expected.”

      • Takere 6.1.1

        $2.8b is still $2.8b, Lipstick on a pig …. its still a pig.

        • Richard Rawshark

          James has issues, he is strongly adverse to admitting any down sides to the current government and especially the wall street trader running our country bankrupt.

          Paula, is in love with John, today she set her phone to vibrate and sat in his chair all day taking important calls.

          am I right Paula or am I right 😉

        • Groundhog

          No, it’s a notional adjustment only. The only time the currency matters is when debt is actually paid off.

          And you’re understanding of the subject is sub-par.

          I’ve just checked the exchange rate at http://www.nzforex.co.nz/forex-tools/historical-rate-tools/historical-exchange-rates.

          Today it is .715615.
          On 28 July it was .705069.

          That means that since the 28 July, our US$ debt in NZ$ has FALLEN.

          You see how stupid such comparisons are?

          • Takere

            Dude. Your logic and lack of research is sub-par. But I’m sure with such incompetence like yours you’d do well in this current government.

  7. Chris 7

    If Bennett was leader of the nats going into the election it’d be good news.

    In fact, it might be a sign of where she’s heading, so bring it on I say.

  8. The New Student 8

    Keep a hold of your ladders

  9. Richard Rawshark 9

    “Ms Bennett told media she bought a new pair of shoes to celebrate the occasion.”

    callous [person], people living in cars, people/kids in poverty mostly down to her welfare reforms and this dumb fuck is too fucking stupid to even think carefully and show respect to their plight.

    Well I hope those expensive jimmy choo’s no doubt are worth it.

    [Stop using that term, it just gets your comments lodged in the spam trap. TRP]

  10. Policy Parrot 10

    A once and only occasion – one hopes.

  11. thechangeling 11

    I was going to say ‘dumb and dumber’ but more accurately its more like ‘cruel and crueler’.

  12. Tiger Mountain 12

    Paula Bennett has various obvious flaws, but she is eminently qualified for “seat warming”

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