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John Key has powers greater than God.

According to National’s glorious leader, Labour has failed to keep touch with the voters and has done nothing to control interest rates and the rising price of Petrol.

Two issues. If National wins (on no released policy) Key will borrow (foreign) money to give tax cuts. This has two problems, it further places NZ at the burden on foreign markets and secondly which is the most disturbing, tax cuts if too big are inflationary, thus interest rates need to be high to combat inflation, thus eroding or null voiding any likely relief from tax cuts. With high inflation and thus high interest rates, the dollar stays high from foreign buyers of the Kiwi dollar.

Vicious circle of lies Mr Key.

But the most amazing thing of all, by his statement, Mr Key somehow thinks the Kiwi govt can control the rising price of crude oil.

John Key is a lying delusional bastard. A country with 4 million people and even less natural gas and more or less no oil CAN NOT control the price of West Texas Crude, APEC crude or North Sea Brent Crude.

Considering that we have no ability to control these markets and when things like heavy speculative buying by hedge funds in May 2008 pushed the price of crude on US markets to record highs, I’d love to see the deity like power of Mr Key and his ability to protect Kiwis from the rising price of oil.

You are either an all powerful being with supernatural powers from another world, or you are a pathological liar who needs his ass kicked.

I’ll go with the liar option.


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National I can’t wait for you…


How easy it is to be in opposition?

The thing is how many times have I heard from the opposition party, National, how easy it is to run the economy, society, climate change, the environment etc.

Every time there is something for National to moan about, an apparent ill of society here (child abuse & youth crime), a failure in the economy (high interest rates and tax) or the environment (emissions trading schemes and climate change), the stock standard line from the National Party is “all you have to do…”

“All you have to do”, according to the opposition spokesperson on Justice, is to “stamp out crime”.
“All you have to do”, according to the outgoing member for Tauranga is “just fix the problem, give me five minutes” (so why if National is about to get into power, are you leaving – you arrogant wanker, why not just “fix” the problem with housing, you are about to get that chance – what you can’t, it’s just hot air, you’re lying, can’t be?)
“All you have to do”, according to every other person from National “is just”…

How absolutely easy is it to be in opposition. How infinitely unaccountable are you for your words and comments. Because, call me a skeptic, call me synical, call me just a little too bitter and twisted, but you can bet your bottom bloody dollar, that come November, if National becomes the next government of NZ, they will not “just fix”, the economy, crime, the environment blah blah blah.

You can’t just fix. It’s nigh on impossible. To suggest so is to take the public for fools. To suggest so is to put your unflinching arrogance beyond all reasoned possibility. National will not stop child abuse in NZ. National will not clean up the environment. National will not “stomp out crime” according to you Mr Power. Your hot air is vile and disgusting, indeed demeaning to your position.

I could be wrong, this could be the government that shows the rest of the world, how to lower taxes, clean up the environment, stomp out crime, lower petrol prices – basically according to the hot air and vile bullshit that has emanated from the putrid and disgusting orifices of these arrogant and pig ignorant bastards, we will achieve a state of Nirvana under National, because they have the answer for everything.

Bring it on. You complete and utter tossers. You have taken the people for fools, you have delivered no policy and they still love you, why because you have offered them the green fields and blue skies of paradise, with no intention what so every (not to mention ability) to deliver what you say.

It is all too bloody easy being in opposition.

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