Tue, 29 Jan 2013 12:15p.m.
Labour has slammed the Government's preference of Parliament's new Speaker, saying they weren't consulted and the wrong person has been nominated.
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29/01/2013 11:10:19 p.m.
Tories, Republicans, Nats.. no difference in ideology whatsoever.
Mike is arguing symantecs on the basis that they have different names.. their philosophy however is very much the same.
In America they are called republicans and stand on the streets with guns.
In Britain they have toffee nose exclusive boys clubs that they frequent.
In New Zealand they have a man who sold out peoples lives on a daily basis working as a money lender not caring who he hurt in the process.
Money lenders got thrown out of the temples in the bible for their greed and averice.
Money lenders never look after the little bloke.
Money lenders live breathe and sleep money, they dont care about the little guy, they dont care about the tens of thousands of people whos hard work they got rich off.
Tories, Nats, Republicans, same jackal.. same stripes.
29/01/2013 7:41:53 p.m.
Whinging Pom , no mate ...... born and bred , served and worked hard for this country only to see it gutted by Mike and his Tory mates .
29/01/2013 3:46:42 p.m.
Tories? we dont have Tories here. Sounds like some whinging pom needs to go home.Labour always complains about National speaker selections. They complained when Bolger selected a Maori MP as speaker as even then Maori were 'Last Cab on the Rank' to Labour. Labour has the adaptability of a 3 day corpse, so them complaining is to be expected.
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