Monday, August 29, 2005

Who Cares that the BRT and or Act have emailed advice to Brash and the Nats

This story should just be ignored. Simply agree that as a party National consults widely, as opposed to the narrow bigoted approach of the Greens and Labour who only consult and take advice from a tiny sliver of left wing opinion makers who have a very liberal social agenda waiting to be released post election. This will include opening private property to all comers and continuing to reward interest groups who vote for Labour.


Zenskar said...

Nothing new in a think tank comprised of market ideologues attempting to influence government. Didn't the BRT run New Zealand during the 1980s and 1990s?

Too Right and Having A Blast said...

Too Right - let's get some perspective. BRT is not a political party. It is a broad church with liberal economic policies. Put another way - I am sure a group of cave people did not need a union organiser.

The Labour Party however is Sinn Fein while the PSA is the IRA

Zenskar said...

The BRT was an extremely influential force in NZ in the 1980s and 1990s.

Your other comments mentiong Sinn Fein and the IRA are the statements of a drama queen and offensive to those who have experienced the effects of the conflict in Northern Ireland. Your provincialism is writ large.

Too Right and Having A Blast said...

What? I don't see the offence. You don't accept the fact Sinn Fein have maintained an illusion that they are separate from the IRA. What province have you been in? I am very familiar with the patch.

Labour is doing the same thing here by trying to suggest a separation between Labour and their colleagues in the PSA and other Unions - without of course the standover men, drug and prostitution rings and smuggling operations that fund the IRA and Sinn Fein. It is still the same clap trap we come to expect from the pinko jungle.