Some of the blogs on the left go feral whenever there is any comment on a female MP’s appearance or if they are called a female warlock. So I look forward to their comments on Trevor Mallard and Shane Jones.
And the Herald reports on Trevor Mallard:
In the House last week Mr Mallard couldn’t resist firing a barb in the direction of National’s female MPs, saying they looked very similar and it was hard to work out who was who.
“Some of us have a little bit of a problem in that a number of the women on the National Party benches look very similar,” Mr Mallard said.
“Certainly in looking at their hair colour, I can say it looks like they share their shampoos or hair dyes, and they do look somewhat similar.”
Yeah, and all those grey haired women in Labour look the same too. Well that is the equivalent of what Trevor is saying.
Indeed, they all are. At least Pansy Wong and Georgina te Heuheu are not blond or Trevor would be getting them confused also. Here are the three MPs:
You really only have to meet them all once to tell them apart. There are those cunning subtle differences such as different faces.
And it seems that National’s production line of blonde women is far from finished, with three new candidates in this year’s election _ Nikki Kaye (Auckland Central), Louise Upston (Taupo) and Amy Adams (Selwyn) _ also fitting the bill.
Ms Upston and Ms Adams both brushed off Mr Mallard’s comments.
Both said they would prefer people judged them on their abilities and what they stood for, rather than their hair colour or appearance.
How novel. Some Labour MPs might agree with them.
But how will Trevor cope with three new MPs to tell apart. Well again it should not be difficult:
Amy Adams (Rakaia)
Nikki Kaye (Auckland Central)
Louise Upston (Taupo)
Now again, those subtle differences such as different faces, different heights, different hair styles may help Trevor cope.