Monday, November 3, 2008

Endorsements Not Looking Good For Slease Party

Update: Inga The Winger and Ice Man recommend National.

All Black legends Michael Jones and Inga Tuigamala




The Godless pack of heathen hypocrites at Labour are paying the price for upsetting conservative Christians.

Adolf considers himself to be a moderately liberal Christian and he was less than impressed with this morning 's Herald picture of Clark masquerading as a believer at a Tongan church service in Mangere.




I wonder who the Herald will feature tomorrow and over the following two days?



Helen Clark and her cronies have long complained about the so-called Americanization of NZ politics, yet they have done much themselves to bring it about. Witness the personal bagging of John Key which would make even Americans blanch.

Today the Herald has continued the trend, releasing at around Midday a series of public figures' endorsements for their respective parties of choice and giving their reasons for so doing. Helen Clark will not like this piece. Here's a sample.



Sir Paul Reeves.

Lifelong Labour, switching to Maori Party.


New Zealand coaching great Graham Lowe. Photo / Getty Images



Graham Lowe

Lifelong Labour, switching to ACT


Michael Hill says it's time for a change because we have been 'over-governed'. Photo / Herald on Sunday

Michael Hill

Undisclosed history, firmly for National



Bevan Docherty

Lifelong Labour, switching to National

Oh yes, there were a couple of nonentities from Shortland St and Junk TV who think the Greens and Labour can do no wrong.

Adolf's early prediction is looking pretty safe.

5 comments:

gomango said...

um, not quite re Paul Reeves:

"Labour will still get his party vote, and he would prefer that the Maori Party formed a government with Labour, rather than National."

Seems like he is following the advice of the standard. Unfortunately.

Anonymous said...

I live in Karori - the cheap end - state houses if you're lucky, mostly fibreboard crap. This isn't the flash end of Wellington, it's the cheap bit. Civil "servants", divorced women with a couple of kids, immigrants from China, Vietnam, Iraq etc.


there are no adds for Labour around here. But lots and lots for Franks, a few for the greens. And ACT have been leafletting the entire fucking suburb!!

Stephen Franks will take Wellington Central - and the majority of the party vote with him.

And with any luck, the labour party will have been closed down for corruption by Christmas.

Anonymous said...

I live in Karori - the cheap end - state houses if you're lucky, mostly fibreboard crap. This isn't the flash end of Wellington, it's the cheap bit. Civil "servants", divorced women with a couple of kids, immigrants from China, Vietnam, Iraq etc.


there are no adds for Labour around here. But lots and lots for Franks, a few for the greens. And ACT have been leafletting the entire fucking suburb!!

Stephen Franks will take Wellington Central - and the majority of the party vote with him.

And with any luck, the labour party will have been closed down for corruption by Christmas.

Monty said...

I think National is in for a massive landslide. The polls everywhere are showing Key is the popular man and this time in six days he will effectively be the new PM. Polls like the bean counter at Muffin break stores, the endorsements from the like of Inga and Ice man (very interesting that both are Samoan and carry a lot of influence in that demographic) and of course the NZ Herald fun poll about heping old ladies to cross the road, have for dinner, babysit children all have Key massively in front (Helen could only win the poll on Halloween to scare children)

In themselves these polls are meaning less, but when considered in the wider framework, with other information and endorsements, it becomes very significant that the country is sick of Clark, and although all the unionists will be out voting early and often in South Auckland, and buying KFC for everyone, National will win on Saturday in a Landslide. The Sth Aucklnad Vote is still strongly labour - but this time the Nats and Phillip Field are working against labour.

mawm said...

I have always said that I really don't care that helun is a lesbian - but her being dishonest about it does matter. She relies on deeply conservative and naive Christian voters to be elected - and many of them would be offended if they knew the truth.

This is the BIG LIE, and now she asks who can be trusted. Well done Inga and Ice Man.