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Monday, November 21, 2011

The worm has turned and apparently supports an egalitarian redistributive tax system

Every time Key spoke, the worm plummeted, every time Phil Goff opened his mouth, the worm soared. It was the most amazing thing to see Key reeling from Goffs best performance to date and Key looked rattled for the first time in any debate.

This performance and the fact the worm seemed to be socialist means Goff is back in the game, the sneaking suspicion that past Key's smile and wave, National's policy is deeply unpopular may have come to the forefront.



At 21/11/11 8:34 pm, Blogger MemeSpree NZ said...

Of course, the spin is that Goff only won the 'first half' of the debate. Bollocks. If they were being intellectually honest, they'd be forced to concede that John Key's facade is starting to crack.

At 21/11/11 8:39 pm, Blogger CAS said...

I'd say Goff took the first half decisively and I'm comfortable with calling the second half a draw - giving it to Goff overall.

The bit at the end went "draw-Key-draw", but that's a load of bunk - although the talking heads made an excellent point when they said "if the undecided are still undecided at this point, doesn't that suggest they're not likely to vote National?"

At 21/11/11 10:53 pm, Blogger Raph NZ said...

So I downloaded the magic worm tool thingy. And I noticed that it hardly moved. I guessing that Young Nats and Nat party people are downloading and affecting it compared to the studio audience. As the worm was still in favour of Goff just to a much smaller scale.

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At 22/11/11 7:51 am, Blogger Kingi said...

To me the difference between the two leaders was energy. Key looked tired,listless and just a little desperate, while Goff came across as relaxed, confident, and energised. It was a great performance and I think a lot of the public will be revising their opinion of him as a result.

At 22/11/11 8:35 am, Blogger CAS said...

Agree with Kingi. Throughout the debate, Key kept his hands in his pockets and kept trying to interrupt Goff. Goff looked confident, happy to be there, relaxed, composed and most importantly, handled Key's attempted interruptions expertly.


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