Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Wow Simon Bridges.

What a transformation at Question Time. Today Bridges finally had Prime Minister Ardern squirming as he probed her about her handling of both the Curran and Whaitiri issues. The new approach he adopted was refreshing as well as encouraging and I for one hope that he can maintain the momentum through the rest of this parliamentary term.

19 comments:

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

pdm

Perhaps you could rephrase part of this post? It has me squirming almost as much as your PM being gutted by the death of a person from infection of a twisted bowel.

pdm said...

It took me a couple of looks to see what you mean Adolf. I must say I don't see Bridges as a Proctologist - but you never know so I think I will leave it intact.

My hope is that he will have her squirming again tomorrow.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Dear God! That's even worse.

Judge Holden said...

Is there anything more cringeworthy than a pair of elderly perverts chortling about the sexual assault of the Prime Minister? Keep going guys, you’re showing us all the moral and intellectual superiority of the right.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

You always know who the lefties are. The humourless pricks.

Judge Holden said...

Tell me when you start being funny, Adolt, I can’t wait.

pdm said...

It is your mind that is perverted and needs a rinse Judge. If I was a pervert I woul have said writhing not squirming.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Judge got himself rinsed a long time ago. Just another leftie troll pest with no good manners and less brains.

Judge Holden said...

You’re a semi-literate moron, Adolt. Like Alex Jones without the charm or wit. Meanwhile pms has made himself tumescent.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Sludge

Out of your own sewer spews forth your charm and class.

Judge Holden said...

You’re the one chuckling at the thought of the leader of the opposition sexually assaulting the Prime Minister. Let that sink in.

Psycho Milt said...

From Hansard, all I see is Simon Bridges wasting Parliament's time quibbling about semantics and the PM patiently accepting his right to waste Parliament's time quibbling about semantics. If that's how he chooses to spend his time in Opposition, it's disappointing from a taxpayer perspective but excellent from the government's perspective.

pdm said...

Let us see what today brings in QT Milt.

Since becoming leader of National Bridges has been swatted away with ease by both Ardern and Peters. Until yesterday when he was clearly dominating.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

When Milt comes riding to the rescue, you know Adern's in deep shit.

Johno said...

Winston had a couple of goes at riding to the damsel's rescue.

It wasn't his best work.

Psycho Milt said...

Rescue her from what? Some trivial and tiresome nitpicking about semantics? That's not the kind of thing a person needs "rescuing" from.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Come now Milt. Adern and Curran are like peas in a pod. Both quite inept.

Come to think of it, didn't they once pea in the same pod?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

I wish Blogger had an edit function for comments!

Psycho Milt said...

In your opinion they're both inept. In my opinion, Curran is inept, but then so was most of the last government's cabinet. Thing is, an individual's opinion isn't worth a lot outside of the particular individual.