Imperatorfish – Meet the firebugs

Written By: - Date published: 11:59 am, March 8th, 2012 - 2 comments
Categories: Economy, national/act government - Tags: ,

John Key’s Cabinet meet to discuss the economic situation

Widespread industrial action, economic growth projections revised downwards, more job losses, attacks on the welfare safety net, selling our strategic assets, and no strategy to grow our economy.

For those of you who thought John Key’s “brighter future” was something other than a roaring bonfire upon which the hopes and aspirations of all but a privileged few are being thrown, how are you feeling now about your voting decision?

2 comments on “Imperatorfish – Meet the firebugs”

  1. marsman 1

    The photo above explains why John Key when he answers questions in the House sounds like a smarmy, bitchy clown., and all the other smarmy clowns smirk and guffaw.

  2. I was planning on going to teacher’s training college after finishing my studies. With this bunch of crooked clowns running the show I’m starting to worry.

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