Thursday, 28 August 2008

Helen Clarks thin credibility now see-through

What is left of Helen Clark's credibility is being sorely tested on her stance over the Winston Peters payola scandal.

In the face of more overwhelming evidence that Peters has lied over accepting money from Owen Glenn and various other sources, Helen maintains the banana republic status quo.

She is hanging onto power with a tenuous grip and using Peters vote and support for confidence and supply so her Labour Party can pass the Emissions Trading Bill.

It makes John Key's move yesterday to distance himself from Peters a political coup that is mainly reserved for the more experienced hacks in the Labour Party junta.

c Political Animal 2008

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