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2:19 pm, November 20th, 2011 - 74 comments
Categories: child welfare, election 2011, im/migration, john key, national, nz first, winston peters - Tags: Aroha Ireland, australia, confidence and supply
In a desperate attempt to distract voters’ attention from his dire campaign problems, John Key has announced today that if Winston is re-elected (in which case me might well hold the balance of power), New Zealand will be forced to go back to the polls within weeks. Presumably until there’s a result that pleases His Lordship.
As Winston Peters has refused to offer anything more to prospective ruling parties than to vote issue by issue, Mr Key believes that “every budget, on every issue, there could be a general election. How can New Zealand govern itself over the next three years – which is likely to be a volatile period in the world economy – when at any stage the whole government can be brought down by Winston Peters“.
What a tired and out of ideas lame-arse Key is really proving himself to be. This from the man who says he want to talk about policy and the issues that matter to voters.
Meanwhile elsewhere on the limping catastrophe that is the John Key Campaign, Aroha Ireland, the girl Key paraded around Waitangi to make it look as if he gave a shit about the underpriveledged, has decided to leave New Zealand and join the record numbers of kiwis leaving permanently for a Brighter Future in Australia. With clearly more insight than the man who once pretended to care about her, Aroha said “I don’t see us catching up, we are going backwards while they are getting way ahead. There’s not many opportunities here.”