When are politicians like cats?

Written By: - Date published: 12:50 am, April 5th, 2009 - 6 comments
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For some reason the convolutions in this video reminded me of the twin comedy act of Worth and Grosser this week. Not to mention Key doing a weak-kneed ‘bollocking’ in a direct contrast to his expectations of what Labour should have done last term.

This video is one of the best (and earliest) funny cat videos. At least it is better than the performances of that pathetic bunch.

6 comments on “When are politicians like cats?”

  1. The Sprout 1

    excellent. very funny

  2. deemac 2

    thanks – brilliant stuff

  3. Felix 3

    Great vid. But Worth and Grosser?

    Look Lynn, if you want to post cats, just post cats. It’s ok.

    • lprent 3.1

      I think it was the kitten that wanted to jump from the sofa to the table. It reminded me of the clear gap between Key’s ambition and his abilities – eg the cycleway.

      Some of the ‘own goal’ pratfalls (eg the cat falling off the bench with the toaster) reminded me of Worth and his ‘erection’ remark in the house.

  4. pussygalore 4

    ‘one of the earliest funny cat videos’, wtf? You really are hardcore Lyn.

  5. Ha, I always was a fan of Geoffrey Palmer’s comment years ago that managing ministers was “like herding cats”

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