Carter names Mallard

November 11th, 2010 at 3:57 pm by David Farrar

NewstalkZB reports:

Independent MP today Identified his former Labour colleague as one of 17 MPs that opposes Phil Goff’s leadership

Chris Carter claims former Labour colleague Trevor Mallard is one of 17 MPs who oppose Phil Goff’s leadership.

Mr Carter was expelled from the Labour caucus earlier this year after publicly undermining Mr Goff.

At the time, he said he there were 17 Labour MPs who wanted to get rid of Mr Goff.

Asking a question in Parliament today, Mr Carter described Mr Mallard as his “very good friend and former colleague”, causing chaos in parliament.

He went on to say Mr Mallard was one of his 17 good friends.

Now that Carter has named one of the 17, there is little doubt he will name them all – I suspect around one a fortnight.

I am hearing that Labour are so frustrated by him, that they are seriously looking at selecting Twyford in Te Atatu, so that Carter will resign, triggering a by-election which will see Judith Tizard return on the list.

It seems that Judith has become the lesser of two evils, and if it gets Carter out of Parliament, they will have Judith back for eight months. The alternative is Carter announcing another name every fortnight up until the election.

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74 Responses to “Carter names Mallard”

  1. andrei (2,644 comments) says:

    Hell hath no fury ……….

    A very nasty piece of work, very nasty indeed is our Chris.

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  2. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    David, no one cares.

    Seriously no one gives the slightest rats about Pricillia Queen of the Deserted throwing his toys. We’d just like him to go away and stop taking our money please.

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  3. Right of way is Way of Right (1,122 comments) says:

    It will be a slow and painful exit I am sure!!

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  4. grumpy (260 comments) says:

    Just how good a “friend” is Trev???

    [DPF: Enough of that]

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  5. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    So the 15 that Whale named yesterday are wrong?
    Mallard was on there.

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  6. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    # grumpy (115) Says:
    November 11th, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Just how good a “friend” is Trev???

    interesting question.

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  7. Magnanomis (138 comments) says:

    This may help to explain their relationship

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2005/mar/08/highereducation.research

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  8. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    But the way I understand it Grumpy is that Trevor quite likes girls….
    Not fussy who, where or how, just girls.

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  9. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    LOL!!!!

    That’s funny Mag, homosexuality and fighting. Wonder if Mallards are like that here :)

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  10. RightNow (6,994 comments) says:

    He’s still got his fingernails firmly embedded in the office furniture and dragging him out of his sinecure is going to be hard work for Labour.

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  11. RightNow (6,994 comments) says:

    OH jeebus Magnanomis, that is (apart from hilarious) very apt!

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  12. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    A ducks a duck Rightnow.

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  13. lastmanstanding (1,293 comments) says:

    That piece pretty well describes the Labour Party for the last 2 years.

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  14. Vincent Haring (13 comments) says:

    Mallard is from the left of Labour while Goff is (of was) on the right of Labour, so it wouldn’t be surprising if Mallard wasn’t thrilled about Goff being the leader – especially with Labour low in the polls. But its a big jump to then suggest Mallard would be mates with Carter, and conspire with him. Carter is a total dickhead.

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  15. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    Carter is a total dickhead

    And Mallard isn’t Vincent?

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  16. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    I was going to say are you arguing for or against here Vincent?

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  17. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Whaleoil’s list is seriously wrong.

    Ross Robert­son, Damian O’Connor, Shane Jones, George Hawkins and Clay­ton Cosgrove would be staunch Goff supporters.

    But I was amused that Trevor Mallard blogged this earlier today:

    … I made an aside in which I drew attention to the UK constitutional arrangements whereby the Attorney General is not a Cabinet Minister. And the fact that for a short time in recent history that was the case in New Zealand. I was suggesting there might be some advantage in that approach when I saw the look on Charles Chauvel’s face. Talk about dirty. Nothing wrong with having ambition. Charles certainly wants to be A-G and a Cabinet Minister and both at the same time. And the chances are that he will be at the end of next year.

    I’d suggest the chances are considerably greater that Charles Chauvel will be Leader of the Opposition at the end of next year.

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  18. Graeme Edgeler (3,289 comments) says:

    It seems that Judith has become the lesser of two evils, and if it gets Carter out of Parliament, they will have Judith back for eight months. The alternative is Carter announcing another name every fortnight up until the election.

    Why do you assume that Carter won’t continue to name names whether in Parliament or not?

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  19. Vincent Haring (13 comments) says:

    I’m arguing that whatever Carter says about anything doesn’t matter. Yes, maybe Mallard once said something to Carter critical of Goff, but so what? That doesn’t mean Mallard is involved in some conspiracy with Carter. I say all this as someone who is delighted to see Labour having to deal with all this crap. The MSM will spend a few days getting excited about it, and it will hurt Labour. But personally I think it is all rubbish. And, yes, Mallard is also a dickhead but no one in Labour or National is in the same category as Carter.

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  20. Guy Fawkes (702 comments) says:

    Hence the expression “as dead as a duck”, and it nicely rhymes with “F**k a Duck.

    Ad continuam.

    Mallard is way too Butch to be Camp, and Enforcers are never Gay. Ever……………………. Oh ……………………!

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  21. tvb (4,418 comments) says:

    Why would Carter resign from Parliament if Twyford is selected?? I do not seriously think for one moment the prospect of Judith (trougher) Tizard returning for a brief stint in Parliament will bother Labour that much. Carter is a seriously petulant old Queen. My gawd is he bitchy!!

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  22. RightNow (6,994 comments) says:

    Really toad, Chauvel over Little and Cunliffe? Or just over Mallard.

    Pete Hodgson seems to be getting bit parts as a zombie. Is Goff getting the title role in Weekend at Bernies 3?

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  23. Pete George (23,559 comments) says:

    Lighten up, it was just a joke. Ha. Ha.

    Carter says ‘good friend’ quip was joke

    MP Chris Carter has dismissed his description of Labour MP Trevor Mallard as “one of my 17 good friends” as a joke after it was taken seriously by some onlookers.

    So maybe we can expect a fortnightly dripfeeding of jokes.

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  24. Jimmy (16 comments) says:

    I must be a bit ignorant, can someone please explain the link between Twyford being selected for Te Atatu and Carter resigning? My understanding is that now he is an independent, he will be an MP until Parliament is dissolved, regardless of what Labour do.

    [DPF: Carter chould choose to resign, triggering a by-election. If Twyford wins the by-election then Judith Tizard will enter Parliament on the list]

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  25. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    Nothing like a quick Duck for cover. hmmmmmm :)

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  26. TCrwdb (242 comments) says:

    Carter is the definition of a ‘caustic queen’. Nasty…shudder…

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  27. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    @RightNow 5:05 pm

    Really toad, Chauvel over Little and Cunliffe? Or just over Mallard.

    Little isn’t even in Parliament, so will not be made Leader immediately after getting elected. Too risky (although I suppose it worked in Aussie with Bob Hawke). Cunliffe has the same detached elitism than made Brash unelectable. Mallard, well, if they want to go down the Muldoon path, he’s their man. But I suspect that ain’t going to happen, given his fisticuffs and his tendency to engage mouth before brain and inadequately research stuff. Jones’ porn on the taxpayer has stuffed his chances, and he’s pretty boring anyway. King is a has-been (around even longer than Goff, I seem to recall).

    Chauvel is intelligent, witty, engages his audience, and listens to what they have to say. I think he’s the best prospect Labour have when they decide it is time for Phil-in to go.

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  28. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Ah, here we go. Trevor Mallard:

    Made it clear in the past that Chris Carter and I were never that close. We argued. West coast snails probably the worst.

    But I’ve got to know him pretty well over the last couple of years. We go to pump classes together.

    Chris Carter definitely was taking the piss.

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  29. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    If Chris Carter said the sun was shining, I would make sure I had an umbrella. He is a self-serving, self-pitying windbag (and a proven liar)

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  30. big bruv (13,886 comments) says:

    Oh yes Toad….please let it be Chauvel who takes the leadership of the Labour party.

    Chauvel’s arrogance, his sense of entitlement and lifestyle would be a huge vote loser for Labour.

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  31. david (2,557 comments) says:

    It was hilarious. Carter put a real emphasis on the “very good friend” angle and got to repeat it twice. I didn’t see Trevor’s face but I’ll bet he was spewing. It was only later in the exchange after the Blue team had totally cracked up that Carter muttered something about “one of the 17″ The intention was clear and came as close to Carter saying “c’mon Trev, give us a kiss” as you will ever see.

    Absolute Gold.

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  32. big bruv (13,886 comments) says:

    Seems that Carter just cannot handle being out of the spotlight.

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  33. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    Have a look at this. Nice of Chris to label it as ‘irony’

    http://carter.org.nz/?p=1644

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  34. Lazybum (259 comments) says:

    I now feel vindicated. In 2001 when TM made the Heinekin bottle comment after NZ lost the RWC hosting rights I said to Leighton Smith not to be too hard on our Trev, he was letting us know about his sexual fantasy. A bottle of Lion Brown is more appropriate being the MP for Hutt South area. I was cut off abruptly.

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  35. Chris Carter (4 comments) says:

    David,

    Loved your posting. There’s nothing like creative writing for lifting the spirit and igniting debate.

    My comment about Trevor was tongue-in-cheek. I don’t think he and I have ever had a personal conversation, and certainly not about Labour Party leadership!

    I really like Phil Twyford and hope he gets to be my successor. I have, after all, already endorsed him in my local paper because I know he will work hard for my constituents and I owe them that.

    Looking forward to some amusing and probably extreme comments from your contributors. One think I’ve always enjoyed is having a laugh at my own expense, and your more extreme trolls certainly have provided me with that.

    – Chris Carter.

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  36. jaba (2,141 comments) says:

    I must say Chris, that in the old days before you were culled, you used to slouch in your seat looking lovingly to your left where Daffy sits and you seemed to hang on to his every word nodding approvingly .. I always thought it was touching.

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  37. Manolo (13,755 comments) says:

    A mere fight between an overrated thug and an aging queen.
    The only common trait between this toxic pair is both are socialist pieces of trash.

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  38. RightNow (6,994 comments) says:

    Nice Chris. Both commenting here and the comment about Mallard.

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  39. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    Is the comment attributed to “Chris Carter” at 6:36 pm genuine ?

    I ask that as the comment makes no mention of having been hung out to dry for his expenses, not having been supported by the Labour leadership or that Phil Goff is a nice guy but isn’t going to win the next election. Almost any utterance by Chris would include at least one of these.

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  40. Manolo (13,755 comments) says:

    “One think I’ve always enjoyed is having a laugh at my own expense,..”

    The profligate Labour MP forgot to put travel before the word expense(s). His behaviour, his denial, his troughing, were (and still are) disgraceful.

    Go away, do NZ a favour and disappear from the political scene.

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  41. Magnanomis (138 comments) says:

    “My comment about Trevor was tongue-in-cheek.”

    Talk about digging a hole for yourself or piling more faggots on the bonfire.

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  42. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    On reflection, I may have been hasty in my judgement on the 6.36pm comment. No troll would have started a sentence with “One think.”

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  43. Adolf Fiinkensein (2,903 comments) says:

    Which cheek?

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

    “The State Department is infested with communists. I have here in my hand a list of 205—a list of names that were made known to the Secretary of State as being members of the Communist Party and who nevertheless are still working and shaping policy in the State Department.”

    Griffith, Robert (1970). The Politics of Fear: Joseph R. McCarthy and the Senate. University of Massachusetts Press. pp. 49.

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

    I should say that I don’t think that Chris Carter is another Joseph McCarthy; I am simply amused by the effect of the “list of names” and historical parallels.

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  46. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    Here is a list, all it needs now is for Chris to assist by entering the names :
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  47. Guy Fawkes (702 comments) says:

    Is it becoz I is Gay?, Innit.

    No sir, you have been one of many entitleists that have abused a system of trust. Just like your counterparts in NuLabour.

    As a Member of The House, you have a fiduciary responsibility to be proper in such things as travel expenses.

    If I had employed you, and with a standard Senior Manager Contract of Employment. Not only would you have been sacked for

    Gross Misconduct, but given the level of abuse over such a sustained period, and your denials and cover ups. I would have not only got you to answer questions put by the Police. I would reclaim those huge monies civilly.

    You are truly a disgrace.

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  48. Rex Widerstrom (5,354 comments) says:

    Chris Carter: the Madam Mao of the NZ Labour Party.

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  49. jackp (668 comments) says:

    Just how good a “friend” is Trev???

    [DPF: Enough of that]

    I think if Trevor Mallard was a good friend, Chris Carter wouldn’t mention his name. Chris Carter knows he is poison, why mention Mallard’s name and embarrass the heck out of him. Doesn’t make sense… but, I’m not a bitch so maybe I am missing something.

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  50. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    Surely if Mallard wanted the leadership of the Labour Party, he’d just beat up Phil Goff and take it?

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  51. Put it away (2,878 comments) says:

    The net effect of his political career is basically that he’s put the cause of shirtlifters in parliament back by about 30 years.

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  52. Rich Prick (1,700 comments) says:

    There ain’t nothing like an enraged poof with all of his handbags in a row. Lets sit back and watch the show.

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  53. Rich Prick (1,700 comments) says:

    Rodders, oh no “entering the names”

    Please don’t let any at Lloyds read that. They might pull their capacity out of the market …

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  54. burt (8,269 comments) says:

    Rejuvenated Labour brings Tizzard back into parliament. There will be rich pickings in the haranguing ACT got bringing Douglas back into parliament. The blogs will be interesting if nothing else.

    Edit: In the best interest of the party she should resign, but I’d never expect one of Helen’s mates not to put herself first.

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  55. burt (8,269 comments) says:

    Carter Names Mallard isn’t quiet the same headline as; I’m telling on you…

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  56. tvb (4,418 comments) says:

    A leader in trouble has these sorts of problems. Look back at Bill English over Maurice Williamson. Beneath the surface there will be plenty of grumbles. Labour’s problem is there is no clear alternative that would satisfy all the factions. Cunliffe seems to be the only one on offer but his obvious arrogance makes him a hard choice.

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  57. Pete George (23,559 comments) says:

    TVB, that is one of Labour’s biggest problems. Carter was stating the obvious when he said Goff probably couldn’t lead Labour to victory next year – but any replacement could be as easily condemned with the same “honesty”.

    Carter circulated what many people are thinking, but he has no better alternative to promote, so his actions have been destabilising and a setback for Labour’s recovery. If he had any political nous he would see that and stop loosening the wheel nuts, but it appears that all his nous is smothered by his self interest.

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  58. Matt (227 comments) says:

    I think he’s been given the job of keeping Labour unstable, so Aunty Helen can parachute herself back into the leadership once she’s bored of the UN.

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  59. Pete George (23,559 comments) says:

    Can’t see that happening. Besides, being captain of the Titanic when it’s at the bottom of the Atlantic is hardly a great aspiration.

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  60. BeaB (2,123 comments) says:

    Go, Chris. This will add some fun and spice to the rest of the year. Phil has to go and perhaps this will be the only way.

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  61. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    You’re not “igniting debate” Chris, you’re being a self interested destructive precious bloody prick with an over inflated sense of entitlement.

    Just go away, you’re over.

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  62. burt (8,269 comments) says:

    Murray

    Not just yet, he has a bit more havock to wreck on the self serving red team yet.

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  63. Chris Carter (4 comments) says:

    @RightNow, thanks. It was nice to read something positive on Kiwiblog for a change.

    BTW, if anyone doubts this is the real Chris Carter then big daddy David can of course confirm that my login is connected to my personal email.

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  64. Paulus (2,626 comments) says:

    Trevor has no real interest in leadership (any form).

    His prime exercise in life is living off his paycheck and perks, cycling, and looking after what is between his legs.
    Good on him as he has all the opportunities. What a life.

    He could never be considered a leader – he too much of a real jerk.

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  65. david (2,557 comments) says:

    Hmmmmmmmmm … ” .. big daddy david …. ” What are you not telling us david? Chris is certainly making a point of leting us know who his “friends” are today. Who will be next to get the Chris Carter Seal of Approval? Rodney?

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  66. tvb (4,418 comments) says:

    NZ is a backwater. Helen is now focused on Global responsibilities. I think she was homesick for a while, but she seems to have got over that. But Mallard is a loose canon. He is too unstable to be a Leader so he just bangs around making a nuisance of himself. In 4 years time when Labour might have a serious shot at Government, Mallard will be starting to show his age and he will feel it. Trouble is he has no life outside politics, his personality stands in the way, and yet there is a very sensible side to him, it is a pity he has not developed that further. Carter could have ended his career as a standard bearer for gays in politics. But now he is just a bitchy old queen and gays do understand that type well.

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  67. burt (8,269 comments) says:

    Chris Carter

    Go on write a book – tell all. Don’t forget the LA airport chapter…

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  68. Maggie (672 comments) says:

    The description of Mallard as a ”loose canon” leaves images of a mad Anglican clergyman running around in circles……

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  69. Chris Carter (4 comments) says:

    @Burt, I’m fascinated by the continual references on Kiwiblog to LAX International. Tell me, what did I do there? I could put it in the book!

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  70. Pete George (23,559 comments) says:

    a ”loose canon” leaves images of a mad Anglican clergyman running around in circles……

    – there have been too many of them in Catholic circles.

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  71. big bruv (13,886 comments) says:

    Hey Chris…

    Speaking of the book, are you going to tell the real story about your time under Klark?

    We want to hear about the lies, the theft of $850,000 of our money, the way she defended Winston, the way she defended Field and why she let you abuse the tax payer with excessive and unnecessary travel expenses.

    You might also like to explain why she made so many changes without seeking a mandate, doing away with the Privy Council, doing away with Knights and Dames being just two of them.

    But most of all I would love to know how you can justify being part of the most corrupt government in our nations history.

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  72. Sarkozygroupie (207 comments) says:

    Helen will come back, but only as the first President of the Republic of New Zealand, or die trying. Mark my words.

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  73. big bruv (13,886 comments) says:

    Chris Carter

    “I’m fascinated by the continual references on Kiwiblog to LAX International. Tell me, what did I do there?”

    This may surprise you Chris, but not everything in this world is about you.

    The best thing you could do Chris is resign from the house, bugger off and find a job in the real world for a change.

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  74. excusesofpuppets (132 comments) says:

    “David, no one cares.

    Seriously no one gives the slightest rats about Pricillia Queen of the Deserted throwing his toys. We’d just like him to go away and stop taking our money please.”

    I am disappointed that on this occasion I am agreeing with everything Murray has written in this post.

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