My, see how Rochelle Rees has learnt well from her mistress!
In a campaign which Uncle Helen says is about trust, we see a story involving a party activist who claims to be "not affiliated to any political party."
Now, this story is about Google and how Rochelle and her friends manipulated it, say when you type in 'clueless' it comes up with a link to John Key.
Now, you as the story concerns google, you might think the Herald reporter who wrote the story might know enough about Google himself to use some of its search engine capabilities.
Indeed, a simple search using Google might uncover some delicious facts about Rochelle Rees.
The tech savvy David Farrar dug up a few things such as her involvement with Young Labour and Animal Action. Whale Oil says as much.
Indeed, discovering such details is as easy as typing in 'Rochelle Rees' into Google and seeing what pops up.
Now, either the Herald reporter was being incredibly dumb or he was being clever, as here we have potential for a follow-up story on how a party activist lied for Liarbour when Dear Leader says the campaign is about trust. Liarbour's dishonesty could not be shown to be clearer.
Indeed, how much was Liarbour officially involved? Just as it appears the Standard had advance notice of the election date, so they ran the Google Bomb story on Friday.
Now, is such a thing 'negative' campaign or 'dirty', that is something else the Standard is focussing on, suggesting even the Standard admits Liarbour is to go negative in the campaign.
But back to Young Rochelle. A promising start in a lying for Liarbour career, but obviously she still needs to practice more to become as accomplished as Dear Leader and her poodle Winston Peters. They have become so good at it, so slippery and evasive, it beomes hard to pin the lie down.