Now we know what Tommy Gear does

September 29th, 2008 at 6:33 am by David Farrar

The Dom Post reveals that is the NZ First staff member who pressured to vote for Winston.

We always wondered what Mr Gear does for his taxpayer funded salary. Now we know – it is to lobby MPs not to find Winston guilty.

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11 Responses to “Now we know what Tommy Gear does”

  1. dad4justice (8,214 comments) says:

    “put pressure on Mr Flavell to vote along ethnic lines to oppose the vote”

    Racist prick with a reverse gear brain!!

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  2. Grant Michael McKenna (1,159 comments) says:

    When I first heard the name I thought that Tommy Gear was some kind of clothing brand, and of no real significance. I was right.

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  3. Ross Miller (1,704 comments) says:

    Runs the most profitable ‘bed and breakfast’ establishment in Tauranga and restricts his clientele to one occasional guest for which we receives $37,500 per annum from the taxpayer.

    Nice one Stu.

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  4. slightlyrighty (2,475 comments) says:

    So let me get this straight……

    Horomia (and possibly Cullen) contact the Maori party and try to get the Maori Party to vote against the censure for Winston, and now Tommy Gear is alledged to have put the hard word on Flavell.

    At the same time Winston is lamenting the fact that the Maori Party did not vote along ethnic lines.

    All the while Ms Clark is asking us to trust her when she says that the whole parliamentary privileges process was overly politicised? I suppose she is correct, but not in the way she would have us believe!

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  5. Lindsay Addie (1,507 comments) says:

    I’ve blogged on this story too and ask is Tommy Gear related to Maxwell Smart?

    :lol:

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  6. Glutaemus Maximus (2,207 comments) says:

    Look forward to Tommy Gear having to pay his salary back, and with penalties and interest!

    Happy Days!

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  7. homepaddock (408 comments) says:

    NZ First obviously thinks the rules which apply to other parties (not stealing from the public purse for its election campaign, not using staff paid from public purse to do political work) don’t apply to it.

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  8. Glutaemus Maximus (2,207 comments) says:

    homepaddock (100) Vote: 2 0 Says:
    September 29th, 2008 at 8:46 am

    When you watch WP on camera, after his latest bout of media training. He is not only always right. Everyone else is wrong, and all the time.

    Spookily he is now acting like a male Helen clone. Guess that comes with lots of grooming with Labour external advisors.

    The laugh, when not required. The smug intonation suggesting control and confidence.

    Soon he will be unwaged, unloved, and unwanted.

    Consigned to the scrapheap of losers and malcontents.

    Happy Days!

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  9. dave strings (608 comments) says:

    Winston is a living example of the extreme narcissistic

    The basic definition is :
    Love of oneself, character traits concerned with self-admiration, self-centeredness and self-regard. The name was chosen by Sigmund Freud, from the Greek myth of Narcissus, who was doomed to fall in love with his own reflection in a pool of water.

    A quick Google of the term will show you where the “I am God” syndrome fits, and how WP’s persona fits. It might even be possible to find two doctors who would sign committal papers so he could be treated!

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  10. NeillR (351 comments) says:

    I wonder if Tommy Gear is part of the “serious and complex” fraud that is being investigated by the SFO? If not, why not?

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  11. baxter (893 comments) says:

    And the suppliant Paul HENRY carefully avoided any mention of it when interviewing the tyrant.

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