Pagani said she was speaking "from the left". Left of what? From the far right? She gets trotted out as the token left voice because it suits the media as pseudo balance. She has once lately made a pertinent comment but then returns to her usual routine. ...
"Unfortunately there is not much indication that he learns from his mistakes, or even understands that he's made them." Classic!
... to trying to improve key areas such as education, health, sustainability..., child poverty and countless other areas where we have seen Aotearoa... that would improve the key areas "where we have seen Aotearoa...
Yep. Thanks. I knew I'd seen it recently but couldn't find it. It was a scroll of several threads but may still have qualified as a bloke look.
I realise it's been shared before but I wasn't paying attention and can't remember when it last was. Can someone please provide details of the URL of paid content reader and how to use it.
It was a throw away line on a Friday but the rest still stands. The British royal family is past its use-by date and has been a soap opera for decades. I expected someone to trot out them being somehow an influence for stability. Then I reflected on May, ...
I wish these anachronistic, irrelevant parasites would go away. Take their ill-gotten wealth and shuffle off to their ill-gotten estates stolen from the Commons. The French had the right idea.
On hearing that Kissinger had been awarded the Nobel Prize, the comedian Tom Lehrer famously declared that "political satire is obsolete".
Never in the history of New Zealand politics has so much harm been done to so many in such a short time by people with so little talent. Apologies, real Winston.
Not Luxon's style. He used to run an airline you know, and underlings did the real work. If he stayed longer he actually might have to think on his feet (not his strong suit) and actually answer questions rather repeat his talking points.
Too tired to bother. But I remember the opposition complaining she was benefitting from daily Covid briefings. Do you not remember?
Nah Robert, I doubt if he does realise. He is an empty vessel. To think he can control Trump, I mean Peters, is fanciful.
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/301017039/live-christopher-luxon-unveils-100dayplan-urgent-changes-coming-before-christmas So many of these things are urgent? Muppets yes, but malicious muppets. I guess we just have to hope that Trump Peters ...
Thanks for the link. Dr Cigi Reti made my day.
And you believe our media?
Ha. He's not. Shell of a man.
"The boys fighting over the baubles while the man watches on approvingly and smiling. Perhaps Luxon is smarter than we think." Unlikely, but anything's possible.
Snouts in the trough. Who exactly are the bottom feeders again?
Those f*cking Americans have so much to answer for! If I hear another North American talk about a 'wreckid" on a music podcast, when they mean a "wreckchord", I'll scream.
"So is every government which engages in wars against terrorists/insurgents (wars which may have civilian impacts) – also a terrorist government? " Not necessarily, but going on their actions stretching back for decades in the case of Israel, yes.
Hipkins finally looks down into his trousers and discovers he does have two after all. Better late than never.
But were those results achieved because of his leadership, or despite it?
All true, but most politicians have been sticking their snouts in the public trough since forever. It's still hypocritical for Mr M&A and Mr Cut Wasteful Spending in particular to be so freely jetting up and down the country and meeting with Peters (...
Me too Anne, though I wasn't wondering too much. I was sure we are paying for it. Mr Mergers and Acquisitions says in your linked item that it's "a price of democracy and I think that's entirely appropriate." But - Luxon, Seymour and Peters are acting in ...
I think you will be disappointed. The Labour talent chest is pretty bare. (As is National's). A bit off topic but I wonder why, when our country and the world, have so many serious challenges impacting us, we seem to have so many small people leading us.
Sorry mate. I consider I have a reasonably broad musical reach but have never heard of them. Pleased you're excited.
Twice in the last 51 years is not "fairly routinely". The USA has changed its constitution on average once a decade since the 1950s but the frequency is becoming less and less given its dysfunctional political system. The last time was 1992, 31 years ago ...
You've lost me there. It's not hard.
No hole in the Connemara. That's alright then.
Finlayson was never one of my favs at the time ( more than a bit ascerbic) but seems to have surprising depth when it comes to Treaty issues. I've rated him better in the rear view mirror. Hopefully Mr Potato Head will listen.