Thompson gone, Garrett back?

Written By: - Date published: 9:15 am, July 7th, 2011 - 10 comments
Categories: capital gains, scoundrels - Tags:

The right’s leadership resembles a merry go round of disgraced old white failures. Brash, English, Shirtcliffe, Douglas had their time at the front, were disgraced. Now they’re back. Thompson was fired for his appalling behaviour but got a payout. He’ll be back in due course. While Brash says he’d welcome baby ID stealer Garrett back to Parliament.

The Right suffers from an incredibly limited pool of talent. And this lot is the talent!

No wonder they can only win with a grinning clown as their figurehead. Although I don’t see much grinning from Key since Labour’s capital gains policy came out. There’s a policy that will pay for tax cuts for working people, keep our assets in public hands, make houses more affordable, and tax the parasite class. No wonder the old white men are crying foul.

10 comments on “Thompson gone, Garrett back?”

  1. Sea bandit 1

    What is the correct term for a (Bunch) of Donkey,s

  2. toad 2

    A gam of new delinquents, Axle.

     
     
     

  3. bbfloyd 3

    and they all have a different “map o tassie” on their heads.. keys looks to be the most expensive one though. gives the term c–t face a whole new lease of life..

  4. randazl 4

    when invaders come they will only need miniguns because new zealand is filled with very little people.

  5. Jenny 5

    While Brash says he’d welcome baby ID stealer Garrett back to Parliament.

    Zetetic

    Could you give a citation for this Zetetic?

  6. Craig 6

    What is it with the Donald and doddering, barely competent no-hopers?! Is he deliberately trying to destroy ACT?!

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