Friday, October 31, 2008

Idiots I have, fortunately, not met

The pop gun attack on H-Fee Key isn't the only illegality Labour have been trying to pin on the PM in waiting.


The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has not upheld a complaint that National Party leader John Key was pictured in a party advertisement not wearing a seatbelt in a car.
PICTURED (L-R): Andy Boreham, Tim Barnett, Aaron Hailwood
Andy Boreham complained to the authority that Mr Key did not appear to
be wearing a seatbelt in a moving car, breaching the law and order and

children's interests standards.
If you google Andy Boreham you will also see he is a fan of Georgina Beyer and Rainbow Labour.
Doh!


8 comments:

Ollo Chubb said...

Good grief. I could say something very bad here, but I won't.

dad4justice said...

So could I. However Tim and Peter do the green room sauna.

Gooner said...

All I was doing was pointing to his involvement in Labour. I won't stand for any homophoboic rants. Any such rants will incur permanent bans.

Cactus Kate said...

Using children in their campaign.

Charming.

He's obviously related to Mike Williams if he has this sort of excellence in execution.

Wonder if he was on the plane to Melbourne as well?

Anonymous said...

mincing piece of faggot meat.

Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter if the complainant has associations with Labour. The fact of the matter remains that Mr Key's seatbelt is not visible. If you actually read the BSA's findings you will see that they agree with the complainant. That is pretty bad.

National's claim was that a seatbelt made the shot look messy, so it was hidden — yeah, nice one.

Chemist Peter said...

A mountain out of a molehill.Was this to try and make up for the boomarang N bomb?

Andy Boreham said...

C'mon, you could at least put my name in the tags! :P