Lunch time quiz

Written By: - Date published: 12:05 pm, November 24th, 2009 - 8 comments
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1) National MP Paul Quinn is under investigation for breaching the State Services Act and the neutrality of the public service by holding a political meeting in conjunction with a WINZ seminar. John Key is:
a) relaxed
b) comfortable
c) on holiday
d) not Helen Clark, at least

2) Key is not going to Copenhagen himself, but he is making us pay to send some iwi leaders with no diplomatic experience or negiotating authority. This is:

a) what National was talking about when they yammered about wasteful public spending
b) perfectly normal and if you have a problem with it, you’re racist
c) just a lead up to their Letterman appearance

3) How much will the National ETS reduce climate destroying pollution?

a) Zero
b) Zip
c) Nil
d) Nada
e) All of the above

8 comments on “Lunch time quiz”

  1. Will he go to Copenhagen if we tell him Mickey Mouse will be there? He could take the kids on to Eurodisney then – kill two birds with one stoned Minister of Tourism. Bet the Maori reps would love the fine examples of european culture on display @ disneyworld too.

  2. BLiP 2

    4) Mogadon John’s respect for the courts is:

    a) typical of any Tory
    b) relaxed at best
    c) an example to all young people
    d) a sign of great leadership

  3. Santi 3

    Key is always relaxed. He’s a dummy and a complete failure.

  4. I figure that’s why he thought he “wouldn’t get much” out of the meeting with the Dalai Lama…

    The guy is so relaxed there’s pretty much nothing left for Buddhism to teach him

  5. marco 5

    I wonder if there are a few Labour MP’s a little nervous about Grant Robertson outing Paul Quinn. I have a feeling (well it’s a little more than a feeling), things are about to get very difficult for a couple of members of that party. Watch this space in the next week or so….there is more to come.

  6. steve 6

    Morning Report covered Kevin Rudd’s progress in the Aust parliament yesterday and mentioned Obama might be in Copenhagen as well if it helped achieve a good outcome. They also reported our John Key was keeping his options open…that’s code for “What ETS meeting? If my mate Obama’s there, I’ll be there!”

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