Sunday, June 29, 2008

They Can't Help Themselves

Senior Labour Party people will be shitting themselves at the antics of their fellow travelers over at The Labour Blog.

They could sit by and smile while Hagar and the execrable Sunday Star Times set themselves up for a defamation lawsuit but the smiles will be vanishing as the defamatory comments pile up unedited at The Standard. If these people had one brain between the lot of them they'd be dangerous.

Here's a sample of their comments which I expect will be taken down within hours. But don't worry, the thread has been saved and sent to the lads in Aussie.

"As if it isn’t bad enough they are using these nasty, repulsive, divisive people...."

"..John Key chose - note, actively chose, he went to them - to employ racist shits,..."

"Similarly the C/T strategy of inserting lies, rumour and innuendo through third parties –"

"...while highlighting CT’s history of underhandedness."

"they’re known as the dirtiest and most driven political PR firm in the game. CT specialises in dog-whistle racism, attack politics and pretty much every aspect of the politics of division."

Keep it up chaps and you'll all pay a very high price for your KeyDerangement Syndrome. They say the only cure is radical surgery to the bank account.

If you read the whole thread you will see the real problem for Labour is that this time round they are broke and can't afford to hire their own consultants.

Why are they broke? Because their very own Electoral Finance Actl has dried up their money supply. No more tax payer advertising via gummint departments. No more unlimited union electoral spend up. Nobody will back a loser on 29% in the polls.

My spies tell me already they are in hock for over $460k so it's very hard to see how they will fund any campaign at all. Hell, they might have to sell some assets.



This is so funny!
Frogblog is joining in too, noting the standard of the company Key keeps.
I haven't looked at its comments.
I wonder if they might be libellous.
However, how do we stand for mentioning what the lefties said over at the Standard?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

We are not malicious.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

When the Australian Labour Party was flat stony broke and in debt up to its eyeballs in 1975, its cbal of crooks sold foreign policy indulgences to Iraq.

Look for the same from our very own cabal of crooks.

Who has lots of money?


Psycho Milt said...

Given the volume of libel sent the Labour Party's way from this blog, we should probably hope nobody does start pursuing bloggers through the courts...

Gooner said...

Total time spent on the Crosby Textor story on TVNZ tonight?


Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Gooner, ditto TV3.

PM The Labour Party is broke. They don't have enough money or enough brains to launch an action for defamation. Anyway, they would have to prove that whatever was said about them was unture. Pretty tough job, I's say.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

The most remarkable aspect of the drivel that passes for comment at The Labour Blog is the fact that even though Key's campaign thus far has been characterised by his remarkable silence on most issues, these idiots keep going on about National indulging in 'divisive wedge politics.'

These idiots live in some other universe.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how much time fairfacts and adolf spend at the mirror each morning, chuckling at how ugly that silly looking fellow through the window is.


Oh Dim, my silly sausage, not as much as you know who? :)


You know, the one that has the face that cuttled a thousand battleships! :)


scuttled a thousand battlships :)

Anonymous said...

Amazing how the left are so in love with Nicky Hagar and Rod Oram.
Is that the best they can do?


Anonymous said...

Yep, Hagar is all they have left, these days. This is old hat nowadays though, and the voters' are tired of it. Hagar obviously has an axe to grind, people are more aware of his intentions then they used to be. Dishonest is the word.

Anonymous said...

Hi Nice Blog .I think HR understands the importance of other people tracking time--IT, Lawyers, non-exempt employees, but struggles with the idea of web time clock .