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    Labour, Greens could govern alone - poll
    Tonight's One News-Colmar Brunton poll, taken a week after Cunliffe's demotion to the back benches for disloyalty, had Labour's party vote up three percentage points at 35 per cent, with the Greens up one on 13 per cent.
    www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/8025785/Labour-Greens-could-govern-alone-poll

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    Labour & the Greens alone! = unbridled socialism aka
    control freaks = everyone's nightmare come true.

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    meanwhile in tauranga

    saturn devours his son



    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/poli...-from-NZ-First
    people keep trying to rewrite the world as themselves

    like that'll work...

  4. #64

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Labour & the Greens alone! = unbridled socialism aka
    control freaks = everyone's nightmare come true.
    He had possibly just been shown the latest Labour / Greens poll numbers.

    Key faints ahead of Antarctic trip
    Prime Minister John Key fainted and collapsed while out for dinner last night.
    www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/8194265/Key-faints-ahead-of-Antarctic-trip

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    uh oh!

    The speech was short on actual policy - and instead aimed to set out his reasons for advocating more interventionist policies, saying the market-based approach had failed.

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10861751

    i don't want to hear why something has to work

    i want to hear how it actually will wor
    k



    people keep trying to rewrite the world as themselves

    like that'll work...

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    Eri, eri, eri. Mate, you clearly don't understand politics...

    It works like this:

    1) Be a relatively handsome or beautiful person.
    2) Be likeable, smile a lot etc.
    3) Outline some positive changes you are going to make to the people you are targeting for votes.
    4) Get voted in.

    Then you kind of just manage things (don't rock the boat too much there fella) until the next campaign, which isn't long whereby you start at 1 again.

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    I'll add - be someone who looks like they belong in the job as a leader - e.g. a healthy ego

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    I heard David Shearer being interviewed on talkback radio the other day about National's apprecticeship scheme and he must have complimented John Key and national at least 4/5 times as he spoke. He may have showed integrity but it's not a great way to raise your own profile!

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    labour's getting better numbers now

    but they would still need the greens

    over the ditch

    the greens have deserted the red head assassin

    and she say's she's not surprised

    "I am unsurprised that in this election year, the Greens party has chosen to walk away from its agreement because at the end of the day, the Greens party is fundamentally a party of protest rather than a party of government," Ms Gillard told reporters in Adelaide.
    "The Greens party is fundamentally a party that would prefer to complain about things than get solutions.

    http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/-/latest/...t-with-greens/
    people keep trying to rewrite the world as themselves

    like that'll work...

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    Mixed poll news for Nats - and a slip of the tongue for Shearer
    New polls have mixed news for National.
    A One-News Colmar Brunton survey echoes a Roy Morgan poll (below), showing a dip in support for the government as National hits a seven-year low.
    It gives the Labour-Green opposition enough support to form a minority government.

    But a 3News Reid-Research poll has the government holding its lead as both main parties drop 2% but National remains on a robust 49%.

    Both polls have bad news for John Key, who dips in the preferred Prime Minister stakes in both polls (both have Labour leader David Shearer unchanged).
    www.nbr.co.nz/article/labour-greens-enough-support-form-minority-govt-poll-ck-138909


 

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