I truly believe there is no way Labour can win until Cunliffe is gone, I know I won’t be voting for them until he is.
Well bmk it is your right and your choice. Of course what you say must be true because all the Right wingers are saying the same thing. Of course it is not because they see David as a threat is it? How about you?
My impression as well Peter.
Of course David was always under attack on TV News with very few "Conversations with a Future PM." Perception is everything.
his is a poll I would quite like to participate in.
Emma. What do really think of David?
Q1. How do you respond when he is speaking?
Q2. What thought do you have that would correct what/how he is speaking.
Q3. Would you mind if he took care of your kids for a few hours?
Q4. What would you say to him if you met him in the supermarket?
Yes Lyn. Good question. Why don't people like David Cunliffe?
Could it be the constant negative framing he received or is it something else? I do not really warm to him but why should I. After all I really dislike Key.
Wonder if it is possible to survey this. Perhaps ask David Farrier to poll this.
Wonder how the columnists are gearing up to condemn the man Mr Cunliffe who they seem to fear so much? David Cunliffe is going to put himself forward for due process for re-election and good luck for that David.
Fran O'Sullivan's column today is very, very -ummmm nasty. Similar to what Slater writes but with bigger words.
I just cannot get over how the waters just flow over the jagged underwater dangerous Key sabotage tactics. This post by Keith suggests that there are still some people out there who are concerned enough to at least write about the collapse of integrity. What can we actually do about it though?
There must be some National MPs and supporters who care as well -isn't there?
Mighty effort Keith!
Yes Paul to the careful work done by Frank Macskasy regarding the impossible time line of the release of the OIA re Mr Liu and David Cunliffe. The OIA was was published in the Herald within minutes of being released including Armstrong's call for resignation. Brook Sabin made a package on the OIA in 4 minutes after the OIA release. Hard to see an alternative explanation given the facts.
Hone has good reason to be wary of Cannabis. He points to the devastating effect on people in the North. Criminal gangs, young unemployed, dysfunctional families, all somehow undermined by cannabis. Ironically if cannabis was decriminalised then the market for selling an illegal drug would diminish.
So Hone is OK by me to be more concerned with decent food for kids. But sooner or later some brave political party, like the Internet Party will accept the challenge and cause the decriminalisation.
"Where has that gone? Who is going to hold Key to account for breaking the Cabinet Manual rules?"
He will go ahead untouched because he can. Since he can and does ignore unpleasant realities now and it seems that the Electorate is uncaring he just presses on.