Monday, October 24, 2011

Playing Dirty

No, not the French. They played brilliantly and damned near pulled off a victory.

I'm talking about Clare Curran who reckons 'Labour is playing to win.'

Unfortunately she's been rather let down by her half baked half back, David Parker, who has distributed in Epsom a John Banks 'hit leaflet' which turns out to be a defamatory pack of lies. (See comments thread at Kiwiblog.)

  1. Nick K (155) Says:

    Some are also aware Act knew this when they took a large donation from the misnamed Sensible Sentencing Trust and made Garrett Act’s law and order spokesperson.

    This is a lie. I was Party Secretary at this time and was responsible for submitting the party’s donation returns. There was never a donation from the Sensible Sentencing Trust. This lie is perpetuated by Labour consistently as if to say ACT sold that #5 slot of David Garrett to the SST. It is a barefaced lie.



To paraphrase the irrepressible David Lange:-

"I can smell Trevor Mallards fingerprints all over it."

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nick kerney of the act party is well capable of playing dirty pool and creating smears himself so sorry no points for the credibiltiy of him as a witness

Psycho Milt said...

Presumably you mean Nick Kearney of the ACT Party - but yeah, absolutely. On this blog, the word of Anonymous Commenter is his bond. And yes, that was sarcasm.

Re John Banks, well duh the National Party's supporters like Adolf are backing him to the hilt, he's representing their interests after all. You have to wonder why ACT supporters would give a shit though...

Nick said...

I've named myself, so you do the same you gutless dork.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

According to Whaleoil it appears the oleaginous Mr Parker might have a defamation action to defend.

For a lawyer he sure is a dropkick.

Paulus said...

Was the printing and photography done within the Auckland Council as participant is working as an intern with Lord Mayor Brown ?
I wonder ?

David said...

I fro one wouldn't be sniffing Trevor Mallard's fingerprints. You would never know where they have been and the mind rebels from imagining the possibilities.

Barnsley Bill said...

What more would you expect from a man who stepped over a disabled NZ Icon to get to his wife?

Anonymous said...

You can smell fingerprints? You really are special aren't you?

Anonymous said...

You mean Act chose Garrett on merit? My God, that's far worse than if he'd actually bought his way in with SST dollars. Great judgment as always, actards.