Wed, 26 Sep 2012 5:34a.m.
John Key says opposition parties should wait for an inquiry on the GCSB's illegal spying on Dotcom before attacking the Government.
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27/09/2012 11:17:05 a.m.
Amazing that the crap opposition, are wasting parliament time on this german.
If he has not broken any laws, he will have no problem visiting the US Embassy in Wellington ?
27/09/2012 9:10:51 a.m.
I have a comment to make! Oops, can't remember what it was!!
26/09/2012 9:02:15 p.m.
ehh, the conservatives wouldn't be terrible as part of a coalition with... not National.
also: incompetence assumes it wasn't deliberate or intentional.
still, i'd love to know how national still exists as a viable political party. this isn't the first time they've done incredibly stupid things.
(Jenny SHiply's coup, muldoon's government near the end, the current idiots...)
seriously, the only reason they haven't fallen long ago is because the only Other right wing parties were Worse.
at this point, depending on your ideology, if you want something to actually Change (and not just for the worse) you need to vote Green, NZ First, and/or Conservative. (last i looked, they All had better ideas, economically speaking, than Labour or National. though they each only had part of it... if you want a government that's actually going to Improve things rather than sabotage everything you probably want a coalition of all three... much as that seems really unlikely to work from some angles, if they can agree to just Not Change the stuff they can't find an agreement on (rather than trading doing one stupid thing for one lot in exchange for doing another stupid thing for the other lot) just getting the stuff they Can agree on done would be a huge improvement.)
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