I am getting confused on which Twitter accounts are parodies and which are not. Take two Green MPs.
The Sue Kedgley twitter account is a parody. The comments seem a bit too extreme, even for Sue, such as:
is off to find schools that sell kiddy killing food made by National Party supporting multinational fast food capitalists!
wants to ban anyone selling children unhealthy food. It should be like tobacco and alcohol. Kids don’t know what’s good for them! I do!
shocked that 84% of schools are still selling hot dogs, sausage rolls, hot bites or pies – no wonder kids are become fat, we need action!
is wondering if she could be elected Mayor of a Wellington supercity
Is sad that so many children were abused over Easter by the multinational chocolate capitalists that seduced their parents.
So I am pretty sure this is a parody account. Mind you Sue does go on about easter eggs a lot.
Then I saw Liberty Scott complaining about Catherine Delahunty’s twitterings. And my first reaction was that he has fallen for a very good parody.
But then I went and looked at Catherine’s twitter account, and I am not so sure it is a parody. Examples:
Gorgeous day in Te tairawhiti unless you want to appeal something to enviro court and dont have five hundred bucks just for filing fee
My mate Grant hawke has it right. Maori have been on the advisory commitee since eighteen forty enough already!
Despite the pretty words and new clothes am hoping new puppy at white house will stop killing afghanis and funding Israel wars on Palestine
Awesome Tairawhiti sunshine a good to start our own banks instead of trusting the white boy club
If it wasnt for almonds and dark chocolate I would go crazy here. As for Michael laws gang Bill who needs It?
Those QPEC people defending public and free education are awesome and palmy north was balmy today
I think it might be genuine.