“The Panel” on John Key

Written By: - Date published: 12:40 pm, March 26th, 2008 - 14 comments
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Looks like people are starting to notice that the emperor has no clothes.


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(Hat-tip: BB)

14 comments on ““The Panel” on John Key”

  1. Billy 1

    Yes. First the Standard noticed. Then National Radio. Soon unionists and teachers will be having their doubts.

  2. andy 2

    um, I think it was Russel Browns Partner who made the quip.

    And I think Mr Brown has made similar comment earlier on his blog.

    Apart from that, yes the media is waking up.

  3. Billy 3

    Oh, that’s hilarious. Well done, a_y_b, your message is getting out there, one left-wing blogger’s partner at a time. Now, if we can only get Tane’s wife to see…

  4. Steve Pierson 4

    I hear Tane’s in a polyamorous arrangement with a 55 year old greek man, a lady from tawa, a 1998 Honda Civic, and a month old packet of skittles.

    somewhere here http://www.aaronsw.com/2002/tddbArchive there’s a really funny cartoon that i’m totally ripping off.

  5. um, I think it was Russel Browns Partner who made the quip.

    Let me assure you, she has her own opinions …

  6. Tane 6

    I’ve since eaten the skittles.

  7. Steve Pierson 7

    did they have their own opinions?

  8. Tane 8

    No, that’s M&Ms.

  9. Matthew Pilott 9

    I have red M&M’s under my bed – they are a cause for concern.

  10. gobsmacked 10

    “I think it was Russel Browns Partner who made the quip”

    On the same principle, presumably we can now dismiss the Listener as National Party propaganda. The women are only there to do their partners’ bidding, right?

  11. Tane 11

    Indeed gobsmacked, it also brings a high level of irony to the Madeleine Setchell affair. I take it Andy and Billy backed Benson-Pope on that one?

  12. Billy 12

    Yes, Tane. We did. Because the two situations are exactly the same of course. In one, a woman’s career and reputation were at stake. In the other, people have assumed Russell’s Brown’s missus’ opinions cannot be used as evidence that “people” have recently changed their view about John Key.

  13. andy 13

    Bugger!

    Russel:

    My apologies to you and your partner was never my intention to be taken that way. I was in agreement! Its just makes her a less anonymous and part of the ‘media industrial complex’ 🙂

    Tane:

    Nope!

    Gobsmacked:

    On the same principle, presumably we can now dismiss the Listener as National Party propaganda. The women are only there to do their partners’ bidding, right?

    It has nothing to do with gender!

  14. My apologies to you and your partner was never my intention to be taken that way.

    I didn’t take it that way. No problem.

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