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Friday, February 22, 2008

Nats turn blowtorch on party boss


Nats turn blowtorch on party boss
National shifted its attack over political donations from Prime Minister Helen Clark to Labour president Mike Williams yesterday after it learned he had offered to resign in the fallout from his failure to disclose a $100,000 interest-free loan businessman Owen Glenn gave the party. National also raised questions in Parliament about an apparent rift in New Zealand First between leader Winston Peters and president and MP Dail Jones over revelations of a large anonymous donation deposited in the party's accounts last December. Mr Williams' offer to resign this week was rejected by Helen Clark, she revealed yesterday.

God what an awful cock up, Mike wanting to resign shows how damaging they know this looks, National lecturing Labour on donor transparency, the elite delighting in ‘exposing’ elitism in the Government oh the irony, it has been a moving feast of new piece of Owen Glenn info after new piece of Owen Glenn info, the News media are well rested after the holidays and in case anyone missed it, are back at work with the vigor of a hungry backpacker picking fruit.

2 Comments:

At 22/2/08 8:55 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well isn't this deliscious.

Labour have been braying like mad donkeys about evil National an their sinister rich backers and christ knows what else. And all the while they have been doing exactly the same thing with dodgy backroom deals. Then they have the nerve to pass this EFB crap.
Fucking hipocritical cunts.

Can we expect a book from Nicky Hagar anytime soon?

 
At 22/2/08 2:40 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And now Margaret Wilson has confirmed she won't be standing next election. One more stinking socialist rat deserting the sinking ship. Mind you just like Labour in the late eighties, they'll have completely fucked the economy before they go, ruining it for the next lot.

 

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