Sunday, 16 August 2009

GOFF IS ROOTED

The Tv3 poll tonight must be the deathblow for Phil Goff.

There will be a BBQ at Cunners place before the weekends out we reckon.

National is up 2.1 percent to 58.1, which gives them a commanding 72 seats in Parliament.

Labour is down 0.8 to 29.2, the Greens pick up some of that and move to 7.5 percent.

The rest make up the numbers – Act is down to 1.4 percent, the Maori party is 1.2, Winston Peters’ New Zealand First has a few diehards left at 1 percent, but Peter Dunne has even fewer – just 2 people out of 1,000 say they will vote for United Future.

In the preferred Prime Minister stakes John Key is up to 51.5, a commanding lead over New York-based Helen Clark who drops back to eight but still ahead of Phil Goff – who glides to 6.5 percent.

Everyone, despite the economic slump still has faith in our boy John.
But as for Goff -


Shit he cant even beat Clark... Rooted he is Rooted.

3 comments:

muz said...

The polsters must have called the Dunne household and talked to Mr before asking for the account payer.

Observer said...

Rooted by a 'beautiful Indian woman"?

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Gaffe will be the dog roasted at Liarbour's next bbq.