Sledge of the day

Written By: - Date published: 12:03 pm, May 17th, 2017 - 12 comments
Categories: housing, labour, national - Tags: , , ,

12 comments on “Sledge of the day”

  1. weka 1

    ha ha, nice one Labour.

  2. tc 2

    Nice to see some ‘in your face’ calling out of this ongoing deception from national.

    More please.

  3. Tamati Tautuhi 3

    Working 4 NZ has a nice feel to it.

  4. infused 4

    Cringe at best.

    That’s for both sides.

  5. The decrypter 5

    Violent clashes on Auckland streets as cars compete with homeless for garage accommodation.

    • One Anonymous Bloke 5.1


      What am I saying! I just validated the Lerner experiment!

  6. One Anonymous Bloke 6

    It pains me to say that the sledge of the day probably goes to a Mr. Cameron Slater.

    Craig also asked Slater whether he’d used the words “ratbag and scumbag” to describe him.

    “Well, you are both,” Slater replied.

    • Cinny 6.1

      Lolololz the irony from whale blubber.

      • One Anonymous Bloke 6.1.1

        As Bill once said:

        “Fight, you bastards!”

        • Cinny

          Bahahahaha, well said 😀

        • Chris

          Yeah, but that was when Craig and Williams were scrapping it out. There was nothing special about what Labour said. “Not” many instead of “many”? A bit pathetic, really. A modicum of humour, sure, but certainly not enough to justify a fucking post. If that’s all Labour’s got we’re fucked.

          • You_Fool

            Its not like National have a history of misappropriating rap music to bring “hip” to their organisation… You did see the byline on the image too right? I mean the whole dis has multiple layers

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