Sunday, October 15, 2006

Double Pincer in the House This Week

1. Clark's absolutely wretched analysis and cover-up of el-Jefe Field should be a major point of attack.

Today's SST has more on the dodgy Labour Minister. This dude was selling work corrupt is that? She knew he was a crook, she knew he was crooked and she knew he was up to crooked practices - I'd call her Lady Macbeth (one of Shakespeare’s most famous and frightening female characters) but I always thought Lady Macbeth was a hottie.

The analogy fits all the same - in the final scene of Hamlet, Lady Macbeth has been reduced to sleepwalking through the castle, desperately trying to wash away an invisible bloodstain

2. Dr Brash should keep the pressure up on Labour (and NZ First, the Greens and United Future) to immediately pay up the money they stole.

Don't let them keep up the charade of the whip-a-round.

The tactic would be to apply maximum pressure to NZ First whose votes are needed - saying you said you have the money - make sure everyone else has paid up before you agree to passing the legislation - simple commercial pressure. Don't let up. If you give in the bastards will drop you and not pay up. As a minor party you'll have to front with the money to have any credibility with your voters - Clark has greater resources and will tough it out - you'll die helping her...

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