Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Copycats

Dear Leader is expected to extend compulsory training / education to 18-year-olds.
Granny Herald previews her speech today.
Over at Stuff, I noted some Labour criticism of Key's youth policies announed this week.
Among them is that Key had copied Liarbour policies.
Now, where did Dear Leader get her policies from?
The Guardian presents the clue along with related problems the policy will bring.
So National cannot have 'policies written in Washington.'
But Downing Street is ok?
So when Liarbour accuses National of copying, I say, Pot, Kettle, Black!
Hasn't Liarbour got an imaginative bone in its body?
UPDATE: Speech in full here.

4 comments:

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

The Bilious Bitch has been well and truly gazzumped by the Smiling Assassin.

Captain Crab said...

What is it with this woman and compulsion? Doesnt she realise that recalcitrant childen just do not like being told what to do.
We have 30,000 truants already. Congratulaions Helen. You've just doubled that number!

Dave said...

cheers Ive just linked that guardian article - and another one as well that indocates that Klark has her eye on the UK to assist her in policymaking.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

I bet she'd bottle out of Election 2008, if she could. Just like Gordon.
BTW I like the sound of boot camps for young ruffians.