National’s Palmerston North candidate, Leonie Hapeta, is having a cry because the Labour MP, Iain Lees-Galloway, and supporters had an anti-asset sales demonstration that happened to be outside her hotel. It’s one thing for a n00b like Hapeta to cry about politics but surprising that Farwhaa and Wail-oil joined her.
I mean how ridiculously precious do you have to be to go outside and complain when your opponent has an event outside your workplace, like Hapeta did? Should we only protest where and when it won’t offend your delicate sensibilities Leonie?
If you can’t handle a dozen people with ‘stop asset sales’ signs, you’re going to be in real trouble come the debates. But I guess you’ll probably take the typical National route and refuse to take part in the debates, eh?
The pair of them set the standard in nasty politics in this country.
Anyone remember Farrar putting up billboards around the country comparing Helen Clark to dictators? (he’s been pretty silent on the new law that actually makes Gerry Brownlee our dictator)
And don’t forget the dangerously unhinged Slater – who posts about weapons and his violence fantasies when not launching vicious (but ineffectual) attacks on anyone who even slightly crosses him.
These two virtually in tears because of a little protest, what a hoot – someone fetch the whambulance for Farwhaa and Wail-oil.
M from PN