Saturday, May 31, 2008

Labour's plan to 'destroy Peters'.

Oh, the plan was written twenty years ago but is still prophetic.
The strategies included ignoring Mr McKinnon ("Don Who?"), discrediting Miss Richardson ("inconsistent, expedient") and dismissing Mr Peters as "arrogant, flashy, superficial, lacking in substance".

The paper said Mr Peters had "third party appeal, now fading fast - shrill".

Mr Peters said the strategy failed because Labour had too many problems of its own. But he said parts of the report were "obviously insightful".

Sure were Winston!

1 comment:

Psycho Milt said...

It would be nice if they could destroy Peters, but he makes Rasputin look like an easy victim. I suspect they'd better off dropping mundane poitical plans and moving on to more metaphysical answers like silver bullets or wooden stakes.