Tue, 26 Feb 2013 10:20a.m.
Labour's new economic development spokesperson has wasted no time in getting stuck into the man whose job he wants.
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1/03/2013 4:18:31 p.m.
Robbie you are well suited to the national party. By tradition national is a conservative party. They have very few ideas and what ideas they do have they are relics of the 1990s. On the other hand labour is traditionally progressive. So i think your attack which does not have any substance is so typical of a conservative. If you re-read the article you will actually see ideas there.
26/02/2013 3:49:38 p.m.
Having met and talked with Mr Clark, I'm of the firm opinion that he'll rise to this challenge and do a great job. Keep your eye on this rising star folks.
26/02/2013 2:07:37 p.m.
Robert M wrote:
I don't know if economic development and a second Clark are significant.More to the point Labour's new Finance team , David Parker, with Cosgrove, Cunliffe and Shane Jones as deputies looks mainstream and more centre groung than the essentially left populist positioning of the Nats with Bill English and Nick Smiths in the positions and leaning left centre. If you want NZ still connected to the advanced left, I'd be inclined to vote Labour and have some respect for Shearer.
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