A boost for Collins

November 13th, 2013 at 7:00 am by David Farrar

CTU President said on Q+A:

I’m leaving the country if becomes Prime Minister

That has to be a huge boost to Judith!

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40 Responses to “A boost for Collins”

  1. Kenny (16 comments) says:

    And to New Zealand :-)

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  2. big bruv (12,380 comments) says:

    The sooner Judith takes over from Key the better then.

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  3. sparky (235 comments) says:

    When Kelly said she would leave if Judith took office of PM after JK. LOL We all clapped and offered to pack her bags and drive her to the airport. Showed how many brains Kelly has got Zip-Zero. Does Kelly really believe apart from her commie Union mates, think we would miss her.

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  4. duggledog (1,116 comments) says:

    I’m leaving New Zealand if Helen Kelly becomes leader of the Labour Party.

    So will everyone else, except the bludgers, the righteous and the lofos, the metros and the teachers – then they can have a little tiny cake to divide up amongst themselves – peacefully of course – but their Principles will feed them and keep them warm. Lord Of The Flies time!

    She’s the most poisonous woman we have, next to Turei.

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  5. OneTrack (1,977 comments) says:

    Good to hear she doesnt have a problem with Key.

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  6. Simon (613 comments) says:

    So much for gender equality. It turns out individuals matter.

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  7. RRM (8,994 comments) says:

    Good.

    Fuck off.

    (This could be just another lie, like the Ports of Auckland pay and conditions lies…)

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  8. gravedodger (1,426 comments) says:

    Geez, not the original but a contender for the latest:”Win Win” for sure.

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  9. tvb (3,945 comments) says:

    I would deport Kelly to North Korea a place she would regard as paradise. I must say that comment would make me vote for Judith Collins

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  10. dai (11 comments) says:

    One problem.

    She’d be lucky to get a flight.

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  11. Yoza (1,352 comments) says:

    Judith Collins becoming leader of the National party would make National unelectable, so I doubt Kelly’s residency here would be in any threat.

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  12. Mobile Michael (367 comments) says:

    Yoza – Thatcher made the Tories unelectable. After 5 elections…

    JC for PM!

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  13. Yoza (1,352 comments) says:

    Mobile Michael (255) Says:
    November 13th, 2013 at 7:59 am

    Yoza – Thatcher made the Tories unelectable. After 5 elections…

    JC for PM!

    The only thing keeping National up in the polls is the carefully manicured John Key personality cult, Judith Collins would be disastrous for National’s election prospects – so I’m all for Collins ascending to the National party leadership.

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  14. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    If Judith Collins ever became Prime Minister, there wouldn’t be a country worth having, and certainly not one with democratic principles. Judith Collins doesn’t understand the words representation or justice – however, I am sure she dreams of the word ‘dictator’.

    However it is a problem no one needs to worry about. She will never be prime Minister of New Zealand, unless some terrible tragedy became all those that have much more to offer than she does. Hell, I’d even vote Simon Bridges in front of her, and as I changed his crappy nappy several times when he was a baby, I’ve never been able to think of him seriously as an M.P. He has always been the cheeky spoiled little sod he was as the youngest of the Bridges tribe. But even with those thoughts, he supersedes my impressions of Ms Collins.

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  15. Longknives (4,048 comments) says:

    Judith Collins is simply outstanding. I would love to have her as PM!
    She is quite simply the best operator going round the New Zealand Political scene these days..

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  16. Colville (1,779 comments) says:

    Judith.
    I am all for the way Ms Collins understands representation and justice and the sooner She tells David Bain and the leach Karam to go fuck themselves the better.
    Have a nice day :-)

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  17. Yoza (1,352 comments) says:

    Longknives (3,290) Says:
    November 13th, 2013 at 8:24 am

    Judith Collins is simply outstanding. I would love to have her as PM!
    She is quite simply the best operator going round the New Zealand Political scene these days..

    Interesting plaudit. She comes across as being as sinister as you, Longknives – in politics your evil intent is meant to be shrouded, not openly advertised.

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  18. James Stephenson (1,885 comments) says:

    Isn’t she making a rather large assumption that any other country would want her?

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  19. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Colville (1,319) Says:
    November 13th, 2013 at 8:25 am

    That’s really interesting. I find it extremely shallow someone that would vote for a Prime Minister based solely on the Bain case. Personally my dislike for Judith Collin’s politics comes from a variety of examples she has presented over the past ten years. The Bain case being only one of them.

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  20. Colville (1,779 comments) says:

    Judith.
    I would vote for JC based on her performance as Minister of Police.
    Crime is down and will continue downward if she stays in control of it.

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  21. mandk (703 comments) says:

    @ Mobile Michael,
    Actually, Thatcher made UK Labour electable because she made them realise that socialism was a disaster for the country and that the only way was to shift to the right.
    Blair and Brown were way to the right of Thatcher’s predecessor, Ted Heath.

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  22. CuriousGeorge (25 comments) says:

    Judith Collins may be a bit of a bull dog & certainly wouldn’t do women any more favours than that man eating Thatcher, but perhaps she is just what this country needs to cut welfare off & enforce a bit of personal responsibility. If she can deliver on those 2 things then I’d be all for a benevolent dictator.

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  23. mandk (703 comments) says:

    Yoza: “The only thing keeping National up in the polls is the carefully manicured John Key personality cult”

    Really? Did you learn nothing from the last election result? By far and away the most important issue for electors was the economy, and by far and away the most trusted party on the economy was National.

    The plain truth is that lefties have no policies that would help the average family on Struggle Street.

    Socialism is cruel to the poor and vulnerable.

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  24. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Colville (1,320) Says:
    November 13th, 2013 at 8:45 am

    It’s nice that you would attribute the falling crime rate to Judith Collins, however, crime rates are down all over the globe, having followed a downward trend that begun in at the end of the 90′s. New Zealand’s trend is consistent with the results of other countries and nothing special. Sorry – but this is something you cannot give credit to Ms Collins for.

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  25. Ashley Schaeffer (336 comments) says:

    Yet more evidence for the premise that all women secretly hate each other.

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  26. rouppe (852 comments) says:

    So over Christmas or during the next trip John Key ought to appoint Judith Collins as acting Prime Minister.

    Would that count? Would Helen Kelly leave then?

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  27. dime (8,778 comments) says:

    Bet shes the sort who mocked people from the right who have said that.

    Whats shes saying is she has no fight in her. She will run away.

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  28. gump (1,231 comments) says:

    Judith Collins is a great Minister but I don’t think she would make a great leader.

    Unlike John Key, she doesn’t have the natural ability to put people at ease.

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  29. Ross Miller (1,624 comments) says:

    As a Vietnam veteran I for one owe an immense debt of gratitude to Judith Collins who, as a newbie MP and with the odds stacked against her, persuaded the Health Select Committee to investigate the canard that we were never exposed to Agent Orange and the like in theatre. The rest is history. The Vietnam veteran community will never forget her intervention on our behalf.

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  30. BeeJay (65 comments) says:

    I hope she does leave, sooner rather than later. She would have to be the most negative person I have ever encountered. Whenever she appears on TV it is time to turn it off!

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  31. suzie q (24 comments) says:

    What a perfect reason to return to NZ – Judith Collins as PM and Helen Kelly out of the country!

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  32. Manolo (12,637 comments) says:

    I look forward to chipping in some dollars towards comrade Kelly’s one-way airfare.
    Like father, like daughter: red to the core.

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  33. David Garrett (5,150 comments) says:

    I am assuming (but who really knows?) that I am the only commenter on here who has worked closely with Ms Collins.

    She is straight, honest, does what she says she will, and thus very easy to deal with for a guy like me.

    And she – unlike Chester ‘All they neeed is love’ Borrows – has an extremely good insight into how criminals tick, and what motivates them. She is by far the Nats’ most capable woman, and among the most capable of them regardless of gender. Whether she has enough support among their caucus to be leader is another matter…but their caucus is changing all the time.

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  34. Rowan (1,729 comments) says:

    Judy is way out of her depth in her current role as MOJ and doesn’t have a hope in hell of being the next PM, and for the shallow minded bigots here like Longknives, Colville, DVM etc this goes a lot further than the Bain case.
    Her current actions are career suicide and will ensure that she doesn’t even remain the MOJ for to much longer so I doubt we have to much to worry about.

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  35. muggins (2,903 comments) says:

    I guess if Rowan says Judith Collins [or Judy as he prefers to call her] doesn’t have a hope in hell of being the next Prime Minister then that means she has every chance of taking over from John Key when the time comes.
    So far as the Bain case is concerned , well, she could certainly see that Binnie was out of his depth , but then anyone with a modicum of commonsense would have realised that Binnie had made many incorrect assumptions when writing his report.

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  36. wikiriwhis business (3,302 comments) says:

    “Binnie had made many incorrect assumptions when writing his report.”

    Yet Joe Karam has never been proven wrong about any aspects of his case what so ever Even when challenged in the courts. he made a mockery of his accusers. Bain is innocent

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  37. Rowan (1,729 comments) says:

    “but then anyone with a modicum of commonsense……” blah blah blah

    Muggy maybe this explains why you don’t get it as you don’t possess a brain, she has about as much chance as you of being the next PM.
    And stop trying to turn this into a DB thread you retard, anyone can see who is really the one out of their depth here!!

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  38. Rowan (1,729 comments) says:

    Good call wikiriwhis business
    Muggins and the rest of KPs cult have a lot of conjecture, fantasy theories, crown theories long since disproved and general spin and bullshit they like to use as ‘evidence’
    Muggy just reposts the same arguments infinitem to show us what a nutjob he is, what a sad and pathetic individual!

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  39. muggins (2,903 comments) says:

    Rowan,
    If anyone is a sad and pathetic individual it is you.
    As for you wiki, Karam has been proven wrong about many aspects of the case.
    David Bain is guilty and he won’t be getting any compensation. Suck it up, the pair of you.

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  40. Rowan (1,729 comments) says:

    Oh poor little Muggie

    You are a sad sick twisted individual so engrossed in your own little fantasy world.
    Do you seriously think about anything else in your life other than DB?
    Get over it nothing you post here will change the truth of the matter however many times you repost it.
    Do yourself a favour and get yourself a doctors referral to the Mason Clinic!

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