Thursday, October 30, 2014

Open House

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Adolf

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Handsome George says;
Another day and another attack post from the national parties formerly obedient pit bull.
Todays effort is another attempt to stir up rumours of unrest in the national party caucus.
All created in the fevered and diseased imaginings of Slater.
The boys at the standard and the daily blog must be fizzing at the bung at how easily they have turned him against his own.
Any suggestion of unrest is laughable. Weeks after a historic victory, opposition in disarray. All is good.
One of his mates needs to tap him on the shoulder and tell him that Crusher is never coming back and he needs to STFU.

Psycho Milt said...

I don't think The Standard or The Daily Blog get to take any credit whatsoever for turning Slater against Key - Key managed it all by himself.

James Stephenson said...

All is good? It's obvious that the aim of this term in government is to provide trophies for Key's "pool room" (Win #4, the flag...). The right of the party are looking at a three term government that failed to undo most of what Clark implemented; people are positioning for the post-Key world; the fact of a post-Key world at the end of this parliament means loyalty to him is less important and those who might want revenge now number two influential former ministers.

Slater is the natural outlet for all of that.

Anonymous said...

Handsome George;
Slater is not being fed by anybody. He is cut off. That is the whole point of his childlike mewling. Nobody will play with him anymore.
Key will win another one yet, despite the fevered scribblings of a redundant outlet

Anonymous said...

"Slater is not being fed by anybody. He is cut off. That is the whole point of his childlike mewling. Nobody will play with him anymore.
Key will win another one yet, despite the fevered scribblings of a redundant outlet"

Yes, seems he's poison and all I hear about the place is people badmouthing him. It's comical that people I know who were always quoting him, now haven't a good word to say about him. Pity he never heeded the old adage he was so found of repeating himself - you know the one about roosters and feather dusters ;)

Budgieboy said...

To be fair WO has always felt free to have a crack at National, I admit that Key was slightly less of a target but he's been in the firing line from time to time.

I doubt WO will have been cut off entirely as - let's face it - they all need each other don't they?

I think it's understandable if the Nats are a bit cautious right now as they are under such scrutiny, you know, just as Labour is with its own 'attack' blogs.

Oh wait...