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Random tweets on Dirty Politics

Written By: - Date published: 10:57 pm, August 13th, 2014 - 12 comments
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In no particular order, some tweets from those in Wellington with the book.

Wrong on so many levels. How in the hell did she get to be a politician? So useless at doing anything effective.

I sense a court case coming up. I was aware of the PR firm that was paying Slater to leak private information. I guess that will be in the book.

Speaking of more that is illegal.

Quoting from the crass and smelly arsecrack of the NZ blogosphere about the newly homeless of Christchurch

The observant

The humorist


And Michael Wood.,,, Is this the example you want to give to your new constituents? Honesty will be a strange thing for them in recent years.Please continue.

12 comments on “Random tweets on Dirty Politics ”

  1. Weepus beard 1

    Carrick Graham. Doug Graham’s son. Chip off the old block.

  2. weka 2

    I had this wee moment of unadulterated glee earlier with these two tweets. Haven’t enjoyed politics this much in a bloody long time.

    Danyl Mclauchlan @danylmc

    I hope Bomber is okay #deathbyjoy

    Danyl Mclauchlan @danylmc

    Hope Nats enjoy the next few weeks of Slater being the face of National

  3. Local Kiwi 3

    “Carrick Graham. Doug Graham’s son. Chip off the old block”.
    Old boys network still alive eh?

    What did Nixon say first (shaking head) “I have never lied”.

    Latest number of Key’s lies care of The standard now at 156. Time for an overhaul—

  4. weka 4

    Giovanni Tiso @gtiso · 5h

    This picture. I see no reason why we shouldn’t take turns tweeting it for the next six weeks.

    [that picture of Slater and Key together at a function]

  5. SPC 5

    And then there is the way two candidates for National – Clutha and Hutt South – were laundered through the same corporate affairs job at a tobacco company. To provide each of them real world business experience before a return as MP’s as they had gone to parliamentary staff roles after leaving university.

    Is working for this business one way National patch new gang recruits – does it demonstrate they have the right stuff?

  6. Rodel 6

    Love this tweet from someone-

    ‘ Colin Craig reportedly furiously phoning lawyers after being excluded from Hagar’s book’

  7. vto 7

    So Slater celebrates the death of West Coasters

    and says “Fuck Christchurch” and is glad the scum in the east are gone


    • Wensleydale 7.1

      I suspect that if Slater ever goes to Christchurch, he’ll probably go home in a bucket.

  8. Biffo 8

    Napier has ex tabacco co.hopefull Wallford.for the Nats as well

  9. weka 9

    Retweeted by Keith Ng
    David Slack @DavidSlack · 3h

    Template for excerpts

    Canon Media Award winning blogger Cameron Slater said ” ”

    Phone confidante of the PM Cameron Slater said ” ”

  10. joe90 10

    Such a nice man.

    Dirty Politics ‏@DirtyPoliticsNZ

    Will Key comment on the phonecall when he reassured Slater that he shouldn’t feel bad about upsetting the mother of the ‘feral’ who died?

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