Monday, 30 November 2009

PUSSIES


Now we have been gobsmacked by the lukewarm reception that Brash's 2025 Taskforce report has received. It was the viagran policy we have been waiting for. The one that was going to make us look all fiscally flash like Australia. It was a big hard and very, very exciting in a big swinging economic dick kinda policy way.







But what did we get?

Lets have a look see? Nah
Ohh that's exciting stuff Nah
Holy - that looks interesting ? Nah
By gum that's bold ? Nah
Hmm - we will have to give this some thought? Nah.
Lets have a play with that and see what happens? Nah.
Might hurt a bit to start with but then it will feel real good? Nah

We got - "Its bloody scary and its tooo big for us to swallow - and anyway what would people think of us!


Pussies they are. Pussies.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nah, sorry even pussies have balls.

kehua said...

That has got to be the ugliest pussy ever.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

It bears an uncanny resemblance to Dr Brash, when he had more hair.

Anonymous said...

It was a big hard and very, very exciting in a big swinging economic dick kinda policy way.


Nope. Not really. It was Cullen. It was Caygil.

Flat tax? nope - 30K threshold and then it's a proportional tax at 20%.
Remove the Employment Relations Act? nope (unless you earn more than 100K)
Set schooling free from the state? nope (just a few more "vouchers")
Encourage private healthcare? nope - just more vouchers and more efficient hospitals.
Encourage personal responsibility? nope.
Eliminate the dole and DPB? nope.
Eliminate super? nope.
Eliminate the minimum wage? nope.
Close Kiwibank and confiscate all deposits? nope.
Close Kiwirail and sell the right-of-way for scrap? nope.
Remove unions from politics and employment laws? nope.
Purge political appointments from the police and civil service? nope.
Punish the blatant corruption that has poisoned NZ"s political life for the last 100 years? nope.
Put of the election til 2025 so that reforms can be managed without political interference? no way in hell.

So what, precisely, was there to be excited about?

Anonymous said...

It was a big hard and very, very exciting in a big swinging economic dick kinda policy way.


Nope. Not really. It was Cullen. It was Caygil.

Flat tax? nope - 30K threshold and then it's a proportional tax at 20%.
Remove the Employment Relations Act? nope (unless you earn more than 100K)
Set schooling free from the state? nope (just a few more "vouchers")
Encourage private healthcare? nope - just more vouchers and more efficient hospitals.
Encourage personal responsibility? nope.
Eliminate the dole and DPB? nope.
Eliminate super? nope.
Eliminate the minimum wage? nope.
Close Kiwibank and confiscate all deposits? nope.
Close Kiwirail and sell the right-of-way for scrap? nope.
Remove unions from politics and employment laws? nope.
Purge political appointments from the police and civil service? nope.
Punish the blatant corruption that has poisoned NZ"s political life for the last 100 years? nope.
Put of the election til 2025 so that reforms can be managed without political interference? no way in hell.

So what, precisely, was there to be excited about?

Anonymous said...

Is this your puss?- Not being fed enough; RSPCA alert. Has Engish got a financial puss or a Tom Cat?- think not----doom.