Very funny. Radio Waatea reports:
Meanwhile, Labour Party leader Phil Goff says it’s time for a younger man to represent Tamaki Makaurau.
On the weekend Mr Goff launched Shane Jones’ campaign to take the Auckland-based Maori electorate from Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples.
He says voters are ready for someone fresh.
Yes voters are. Radio Waatea goes on to report:
I think it’s’ time for a younger man and a younger generation to come forward and I think Shane Jones is that man,”
Shane would agree, and not just for Tamaki Makarau
says Mr Goff, who was first elected to parliament 30 years ago.
Can you recall what you were doing in 1981? I was in Form 3/Year 9 and was a member of the stamp collecting club. Phil Goff was a Member of Parliament.
And if you can recall 1981, how about 1969? I don’t recall 1969 as I was two years old. However that was the year Phil Goff joined the Labour Party.