Wednesday, December 15, 2010

That Didn't Take Long

Lyen Brown has been Auckland's new Mayor for less than five minutes and the Auditor General is all over him. Well done, Jamie-Lee Ross.

Whaleoil has the story from the print version of the Dom Post. Of course the greasy Herald has not a mention of it, preferring a steady diet of anti National Party smut for it's diminishing gang of loyal readers.

I sincerely hope the AG's investigation leads her to ask for broader inquiries into other aspects of this slippery fellows activities.

And you thought Hubbard was bad.

God help Auckland

5 comments:

mawm said...

Yawn! Another progressive who spends up large on the public tit, promises lower taxes and reneges, employs his mates in high paying-low effort jobs.......

Maybe we have an AG in Jamie-Lee who has the balls to put him in gaol.

mawm said...

Oops - Jamie-Lee Ross is not the AG.

Psycho Milt said...

Well, we have an AG in Jamie-Lee who apparently thinks an investigation that simply asks the suspect whether they did anything wrong or not and takes their word for it is all that's needed, so I wouldn't count on it. Unless she's a stooge for the govt of course, in which case, yeah, expect a different calibre of investigation in this case.

Psycho Milt said...

Leaving aside the incomprehensible babytalk about sisterhoods and Helengrad - actions speak louder than words.

Anonymous said...

"actions speak louder than words.
"

Exactly. But action never extends to biting the hand that feeds you.