Monday, 30 March 2009

AH SUCH DECISIVENESS


Power makes us go all fizzy. And if we didn't love the Aussie Rock to bits we would have John Key in our dewy sights.

Two of his team - Richard Worth and Nick Smith went a bit awry
- Worth forgot who to tell the boss he was still tied up with an Invercargill Aviation School while he was in India and touted for a bit of business for them on the side.Now as much as we often go into bat for Southland , that's real irksome when BB's son is an instructor at another aviation school.

Then Nick Smith did a Maurice Williamson and waxed lyrical on the joys of charging shoppers a tax for using plastic bags. One of those ideas that sounds good coming from a Green Party member but is enough to turn a Blue heart to stone.

So both got kick up the bum from John.

Bewdy. Go John , there are plenty of MP's who have the mettle to take on the Ministerial mantle. For once National is spoilt for choice. So we applaud any message to underperforming Ministers that any silliness will not be tolerated.

7 comments:

Inventory2 said...

Amen to that BB - I bet the kicking was delivered with a grin too - they don't call him the Smiling Assassin for nowt!

Alan said...

Worth has been a 'worthless' m.p.
for as long as he has been in the
house. Nick Smith has always been
'flakey'

mike said...

Gosh I’d love to hear your explanation for Worth’s actions and comments as reported in the Indian Express newspaper:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/new-zealand-committed-to-help-farmers-of-punjab/429193/

Bet you didn’t think this could be found on Google.

Puts the camel ride and the pyramids into the shade.

Anonymous said...

Gosh I’d love to hear your explanation for Worth’s actions and comments as reported in the Indian Express newspaper:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/new-zealand-committed-to-help-farmers-of-punjab/429193/

Bet you didn’t think this could be found on Google.

Puts the camel ride and the pyramids into the shade.

observer said...

"Worth said Tata, Kingfisher and Reliance are household names in New Zealand. “Ten per cent of the total population of our country, around two million, comprises Indians. Of this, 10 per cent, around 1.22 lakh, are Punjabis. Our embassy in Delhi issued 30,000 visitor visas last year and of this, 50 per cent were from this region."

WOW - ACCORDING TO HIM WE HAVE A POPULATION OF 20 MILLION!!

Now if I could just find them and sell them something I could be rich!

FYI, a lakh is 100,000.

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