Friday, 24 October 2008

WINNIE GIVES SOME MONEY BACK

Susan Couch is a very deserving woman and we hope every last cent of this donation gets to her and only her.

We remain cynical.

Stuff has the story here

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

He still owes the taxpayer.
Probably the taxpayer still owes Susan too, but that is another story the Nats should sort out.
Expect more of this cynical manipulation - headlines every 4-5 days until the election?
Sick ...

Anonymous said...

I find this unbelievable that he would use this lovely women for his own political means.

Please cancel out EVERY NZ FIRST slot on the voting form with a BIG black line.
Arse hole Luigi

Anonymous said...

Sorry, me again - the first comment above.
I'm feeling physically ill thinking about this ...
I hope the media doesn't let him get away with this.

Budgieboy said...

This is the Guy that tried to use his mother’s death as political cover for 'finding out' about the Glenn donation.

Asshole.

Having said that, I couldn’t think of a more deserving recipient of charity no matter how self serving and duplicitous the giver on this occasion.

I hope she is still enjoying the help when Luigi is finally sent down.

In the mean time, where is OUR 158k???

Anonymous said...

I have just had a great dinner and evening with my daughter and son in law and then I logged in to see Luigi use Susan C as he has.
God I am sickened and I will go to bed after a great night disgusted with that C...T

Sorry but to use Susan C like this is unacceptable in any world

homepaddock said...
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homepaddock said...

Susan Couch has been badly wronged and I have no problem with money going to her trust, but that still doesn't absolve NZ First of its responsibility to repay the money they owe.

Also, by coincidence - Brian Henry is her lawyer: http://homepaddock.wordpress.com/2008/10/24/peters-names-one-charity/

Wally said...

Susan Couch is undoubtedly due some compensation. So are many, many others. But this is blatantly just a headline grabbing exercise.

He still owes every cent of the money he stole.

If I owe money to the IRD, Baycorp, or indeed any other organisation - government or otherwise - I'm responsible for it. I must pay it whether I agree or not. So does the rest of the population. Why does Winston think he's different?