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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Paul Henry interviewing Helen Clark at the UN


Hands up who thinks the decision to send former National Party candidate Paul Henry to interview Helen Clark at the UN is like sending Bill O’Reilly to MC Barack Obama’s Inauguration Ceremony? Paul Henry has attacked Helen Clark and denigrated the UN more than the Exclusive Brethren, Leighton Smith and the Aryan Nation combined. What’s more believable, Paul Henry’s sincerity at congratulating Helen Clark on her UN appointment or Clayton Weatherston’s defense of provocation?

4 Comments:

At 28/7/09 7:46 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Weatherston, Definitely.

 
At 28/7/09 8:19 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe it is not in the american character to follow but to lead might more acurately have been phrased I believe it is in the american character to lead the world in our willingness to follow, it looks more appropriately like a case of one being born every minute the need to believe in self-improvement or helen clark's favourite saying "moving on" a gullible and naive willingness to involve a belief that the guy selling you 'safe' passage to america along with promises to you that you'll be met at the quayside and given a job at the u.n and land and prosperity or the american dream rather than those who came lured to paradise only to discover freezing temperatures of 30 below in winter and up in the 100's fahrenheit in summer.I believe that what might more accurately reflect what they really mean is that some faint hope or dream on mate sometime to the point of credulity where wishing defeats reason.To follow then, anything it would seem almost be it ever so trite or simplistic or irrational or incredible.But then we perhaps lead the world in our unwillingness to follow anything!

 
At 28/7/09 8:29 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pretty much on a par I reckon!

Who made this ridiculous decision??

NS

 
At 28/7/09 11:43 a.m., Anonymous Danger Dave said...

Although Paul (and majority of NZ Voters last election) did not like Helen running the country, I think we are all still proud of her achievement. I think deep down Paul has it in him to interview Helen in an unbiased manner.

In saying that he probably wouldn't have been my first choice for the job!

 

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