Friday, September 25, 2009

More Bad News For Labour

Sue Bradford's announcement that she will step down from Parliamentt caps off a disastrous week for Labour.

http://www.3news.co.nz/Portals/0-Articles/117566/suebradford320nzpa.jpg


Adolf believes we are seeing the decommification of The Greens as the party seeks to rehabilitate itself with New Zealanders and take the role of opposition away from the train wreck which is today's Labour Party. (Thanks to Helen)

Watch for an immediate boost in the polls.

Watch for Klocke to be the next watermelon to walk the plank and pursue 'other political interests.'

On is left to wonder what Madame No Smack will do. Someone suggested she might have a go at the Auckland mayoralty. If only it were true. Can you just see all the carefully laid plans of the idiots from Labour going up in smoke as Bradford steals just enough of their vote to give John Banks a landslide?

14 comments:

Kevin said...

It will be one of the smaller send-offs to be sure...I mean who cares she's going?

WAKE UP said...

Auckland - please, no!

Redbaiter said...

Let us not forget that Bradford's raisson d'etre (the smacking bill) was endorsed by John Key and the Nationals who refused to make the changes to it that the referendum demanded.

Its great that Bradford has gone, but in terms of really getting the left out of our lives, let's not forget she's just the tip of the iceberg.

Anonymous said...

Bye Bye Ulrike Bradford!!


And I wouldn't worry about the Greenies needing to split the lefty vote: once Rodney's finished with the super-city bill, they'll be no problem with a Banksie landside!

Anonymous said...

I dont cry for this over paid ugly green dog,bradford i was made redundant for the second time after 14 years of honest work at 11.00am with 4 others on 9.9.2009,THE COUNTRIES FUCKED (yer the recessions over NOT)
shit folks i printed the text of the hollow man plus zillions(well lots) of books for my firm plus won a pride in print award gold, but the world moves on and print is up shit street now, dont cry for the dog bradford (OLD MONEY), and i might at the age of 60 yo i might get a new job one day maybe,i wont hold my breath,but i have a good eye for detail :)
but probably not. John F. opps

KG said...

Maybe Key could find her a nice cozy U.N. job?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Chris trotter agrees with Adolf.

http://bowalleyroad.blogspot.com/2009/09/sue-bradford-resigns.html

Johnboy said...

She is almost as ugly as Helen was.

Good riddance.

Heine said...
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Heine said...

Redbaiter is right, while it is good cause to celebrate - National did vote for her law. The real celebrations would commence as soon as we got rid of all the other nanny knows best statists in the house, from every party.

Anonymous said...

She may be gone but her poisoned legacy hasn't.

Mrs Danvers

Anonymous said...

Why does Key support Bradford and her unwanted smacking law rather than the ordinary people of NZ? That's what annoys me, and is the reason I'll not voe National again. He's good on many other fronts, but this huge, moral issue really sticks in my throat. Sue Bradford is not ugly, in my vies.

Anonymous said...

Sorry about the typos. I don't think Sue Bradford is ugly, that's just being personal.

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