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In that situation, to vote a gNat bill down,
all the others need to do is vote against
it - no coalition required.
Or is that not possible?
And the likelihood of that
being implemented is . . . ?
Oh, SB - I received a letter today that made me think of you. In it was this quote:
I'm not suggesting any particular coalition possibility.
I asked a question about the possibilities - that's all.
Yes. Good to see that rated a mention. Even if only eventually.
Without inflation adjustments worked in to the sums, interest
rates on savings are just so much smoke, mirrors & flim flam.
Among many other proclivities of regulatory 'suits' is a passion
for symptom chasing. I don't see how the current hubbub differs
any from the regulate-the-sympton-as-usual approach.
But what if all the other rag tag lot
have more seats than the gNats?
Could it be that he meant
his local Harcourts agency?
If the brownshirts (Maori Party) don't get back in,
what horrible coalition mixes come to mind?
Yeah, right. Just like Labour giving the NZ Post Board chairman
sinecure to Bungler Bolger; then National reciprocates and later
gives the same post to Comrade Commissar Cullen. A great mix
. . . tempted by a plum job-for-the-boys offer.
Nepotism is not just alive and well in Wellie -
it's positively thriving as usual.
My curiosity is piqued. What's
the other language fluency
It just seem to be the way things are:
* bad tenants taint all tenants
* bad LLs taint all LLs.
Such a shame.
Maybe the tenant will be flush upon
returning from the 'lucky country?'
Naaaahh, just call it a koha! Just make sure there's a homeopathic
trace of Maori DNA somewhere in your family tree.
If you can figure out the circular logic in that last paragraph,
But what is the export revenue share for primary production?
Internal GDP is just domestic churn. It's our indebtedness and
trading relationships with the rest of the world that counts.
I see a difference between utilising a garage and
unsanitary conditions. The former does not pre-
dicate the latter.
Having lived in an over-sized garage for a few
years, to save money, I speak...
Truth be beared, I had something
a little different in mind, actually.
Seems like a good idea, but . . . The flaw is the hidden 'cosy-up' factor.
A sort-of: I'll scratch your back if you'll scratch mine 'ethic.' Although
ethic isn't the right word.
That in itself...
What a shame they didn't go
as far as a garnishee order.
Now that would be something.
Well, I hope no one will Choke on dee Gastronomy Tendered.
Airborne LLs - what next? Or should
that be PI in the sky? :icon_twisted:
I hope the nosh-up goes well, Glenn.