Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Oh dear. If it wasn't so pathetic it would be humourous.
cullen is having another go at Key over his currency trader background:
This from the man who bought a very used train set, valued at $120 million for over $500 million. Anyone else see the irony?
I thought this bit was cute as well:
""Do you want someone like that running the economy when we are going to be going through a difficult period."
Is this the difficult period that michael recently said we're through the worst of?
If you're going to smear, at least get your facts straight
What makes cullen think he is in any way qualified to look after the economy? Nine years of his financial stewardship and here we are looking up the dates of the majority of OECD members as they stand further up the ladder.
This stuff is obviously intended for the likes of the standard and other echo chambers, and will no doubt be the catchphrase on talk back tomorrow, but really mikey, most kiwis know it for what it is and if they could bag it, they'd spread it on their gardens.
Posted by Grant at 7:42 PM