Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Dirty, filthy politicians


c Blanch 2008
Things are getting filthy, but they are set to get even dirtier as the Socialist Labour Party and its supporters tussle to retain their tenous grip on the power that they crave.

Labour or New Zealand First had a stooge who infiltrated the National Party and taped conversations. Pretty low, but we know that already.

Imagine catching conversations at a Labour Party conference. Worse stuff would be dredged up there.

If we were at a number of Labour Party Election conferences over the last 9 excruciating years,we may have heard any number of secret agendas given air time.

Ms Clark could have been talking about the anti smacking bill, the removal of the Privy Council,the purchase of KiwiRail, the legalisation of prostitution, allowing Homosexuals to get married and a whole hot of other socialist meddling. None of these things were in the public domain and on the agenda before Labour was voted in.

True, National are keeping their cards close to their chests, but you have to in regards to Labour party bribes like The Working for Families welfare scheme, KiwiBank and other vote buying rorts.

When one threatens handouts to people, one can scare the natives. Labour have been canny to lock in that feeling of dependence on the State and it is hard to remove these welfare traps without removing your election night success.


c Political Animal 2008


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