The Herald's columnist Fran O'Sullivan, today, has the bongoes beating that Clark has lost her hold on power and (to paraphrase) the Ides of March are within sight. Accurately O'Sullivan states that the damaged goods inhabiting a leadership spot is Clark not Brash
The column continues the excellent series Fran has had on the illegalities and dissembling of the Clark Regime and the gutlessness of the NZ Police when it come to the Clark Regime. See here.
She predicts an orderly process to transition Clark out if Labour is to have any hope of winning another term. Strong stuff. The imperious one is stuffed. Readers of this blog will recall my musings earlier on this subject - here, here and here
The Dom Post has a hilarious editorial, offering fund rising options for the party of Ali Clark and her Forty plus thieves.
See here for the mirth maker
Entitled Bob-A-Job with the Brady Bunch, the options include:
Item 1: An autographed copy of the hitherto unpublished but legendary Why Prime Ministers Paint featuring original works by various artists, all signed by Miss Clark.
Item 2: A guaranteed no-fines high-speed trip, complete with police escort, to the footy with the prime minister. Not for the faint-hearted, but guaranteed to get you to the game on time.
Item 3: Cut-price home renovation with a Thai curry meal thrown in. Contact Phillip Field.
Item 4: Making your anger work for you. How mild-mannered Peter Dunne transforms himself into a vengeful man of steel whenever his common sense is questioned by television personalities or auditors-general.
Item 5: Wives, Mistresses and Interesting Things to do with Heineken bottles – a free subscription to Trevor Mallard's gossip service. Seldom accurate, but guaranteed salacious.
Item 6: A day with Winston. Have Parliament's most fastidious dresser be your personal shopper and, if you opt for the deluxe package, Mr Peters will take you for a late-night dinner at the Green Parrot and a trawl of Courtenay Place drinking spots before getting his favourite Somali taxi driver to drop you home. Storming off when the driver demands the fare optional.
Item 7: Sure to be hotly sought-after by the ladies. Dancing lessons with Rodney Hide – crash helmet included.
Item 8: Corned beef and peas by candlelight. Another likely to be popular with the ladies. Tips on the art of romantic dining from Parliament's resident Don Juan, Don Brash.
Item 8: A bag of "Fitzsimons' finest" or, for those who prefer a hint of smoke in their compost, "Nandor's nasties".
Don't forget. It's for a good cause. Be generous. They are – with your money.As I blogged here, Clark is proven beyond doubt to be a mendacious, dissembling sophistrist.
falsus in uno falsus in omnibus
"false in one thing, false in everything"