Mon, 28 Jan 2013 10:26a.m.
Political commentator Chris Trotter says Labour leader David Shearer has had a good start to the year.
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28/01/2013 2:01:34 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
I know many will disagree with me but I am beginning to think David Shearer will make a good PM.He may not be the perfectly articulate(in speech)type of PM but he will be a good one.I most certainly hope David Cunliffe is not made into some sort of Minister in a Shearer government.That one is tainted with the National government brush of being very self-serving.
And in regards to John Key.It's a shame he didn't dump his entire cabinet as each and every one of his MPs are under-performing.
I am owned by a cat and she is a very much loved member of the family.She has taught me so much.When it's her time to head to the big Puddy Cat Place in the Sky I will miss her.But I will get another cat as I much prefer them to humans.You can only tolerate humans for short periods of time.But a pet, albeit a cat,dog,goldfish,budgie or turtle etc,etc,etc come into our lives for a reason.As time goes by I appreciate the time I have with my Owner.
28/01/2013 10:53:52 a.m.
Elizabeth B wrote:
Shearer has not changed anything from what Labour have been actually doing for the past four years.
Shearer is taking on this "state interventionist" thing because Trotter ad Members believe him to be a neo-liberal conservative,
Shearer is trying to shore up his support in a divided party.
Shearer is not sincere, and does not have the skills or colleagues who are passionate about a fundamental change.
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