Wednesday, March 5, 2014

LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING FOR NOTHING

If the word I am hearing round the traps that one of the two mystery donors to Cunliffe's secret Trust is crimdotcom is true, then I predict Mr Hypocrite is politically dead.

Cunliffe needs to come clean and preferably by lunchtime.




12 comments:

Watcher said...

The fat one must really be on hard times.
Correct me if wrong but wasn't Banks split donation much higher?

The Veteran said...

Watcher ... yes but I think you're right re 'hard times'.

Could be getting a tad harder for that nice Mr Cunliffe too.

Anonymous said...

Nail head, struck.

Anonymous said...

I hope that when Kim the Crim gets his money back from Cunliffe's Trust he will pay some of his tradesmen's bills.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

With yet another secret trust exposed today, he's gone gone, gone.

Sold to the lowest bidder.

The Veteran said...

The revelation about the second 'secret' Trust is just bizarre.

Cunliffe revealed as the National Party gift that just on keeps coming and coming.

Mind you, with all that spare dosh he should have no difficulty in paying crimdotcom back.

I am genuinely starting to feel sorry for those good people on the Left (and there are some) having to defend the indefensible.

To be left high and dry by a hypocrite leader of the Labour Party must leave you feeling betrayed.

Judge Holden said...

Oh what squawking there is on the moronic right. The thing was declared eight months ago. You care only because you're scared and you have no judgment or minds of your own. I have no particular fondness for Cunliffe, but you guys are truly hysterical.

Meanwhile, Key mocks mentally disabled people while you cheer him on. What class.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Judge, you don't take being mocked well, do you?

Psycho Milt said...

I thought for a moment Gower actually had something, until it turned out the "secret trust" was a matter of declaring one a few months' late a year ago. The way Gower was going on about it, you'd think he'd found Cunliffe had a supposedly 'blind' trust that wasn't actually blind...

Actually, speaking of having to defend the indefensible, how are you on ministers of the crown using their position and their taxpayer-funded overseas to trips to promote family interests? I see Key's using the top weasel phrase "within the rules," but how useful are our rules if they don't call that a conflict of interest? (Actually, they do quite clearly call it a conflict of interest, but lying never bothered Key before and won't now).

Judge Holden said...

"you don't take being mocked well, do you?"

ROFL, that's hilarious. How's that Romney presidency working out for ya, Adolt? You know the one you predicted with such certainty for months and months? You're the one with the thin skin, chief.

The Veteran said...

PM/Holden ... I agree that in the great scheme of things this isn't a big deal (much like Collins supposedly liking a glass of milk) but, coupled with the other secret Trust story which is real and growing legs, it acts to reinforce the perception that Cunliffe is gaffe/accident prone and that's the 'killer' for him.

But I'm still waiting for him to confirm that crimdotcom was NOT one of the two mystery donors.

Why the deafening silence?

Watcher said...

"isn't a big deal (much like Collins supposedly liking a glass of milk)"

The NZ Herald claims her actions were "naïve and careless".

People with those attributes simply wouldn't be at that level long in private organisations.