Monday, July 8, 2013

Patsy sees a future role for Parker.


Very generous Patsy, it would be cynical in the extreme to think this sudden magnanimity as an attempt to purloin any of Bob's core support before an alternative moves to fill the clearly serious void a number of electors  might see, created by  the little old has been with clearly recorded issues around truthfulness and other baggage collected over a long exposure as an MP.

The last thing Christchurch needs to bring things together in the challenges presented by the Rebuild, is a flawed old socialist hack following in the footsteps of the Troughmaster General to attempt to create a closing chapter in an otherwise forgettable career in politics.

Oh and Patsy, a word of advice, engage brain before speaking, you aint the Mayor yet.
The price of divine intervention needed to save the City from the last failure is too steep to add to our troubles.

Shakespeare comes to mind 'a horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse', not a freekin lame pony.

Is there no-one with youth, vision, leadership skills and imagination to inspire those who will create the City we need for the future, 50, 100, even 200 years out.
Somebody in the mould of Sir Ron Scott who delivered a Commonwealth Games that is still seen as an icon to be replicated and who came to that place of prominence largely unknown to the masses.

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