Thursday, August 30, 2012

Spineless Nats spurn conservative values

Firstly congratulations to all those MP's who remained strong, staunchly voting to retain the current definition of marriage.

As for the rest, whilst I never expected the openly bent Nat minority to vote any other way, those that showed their deviousness by spurning their conservative roots to vote liberal progressive will rue this day. The electorate will have their say in 18 months.

What was proven last night is that the Nats are finished as conservatives in New Zealand politics. One might as well vote left and hasten the end of our society. A repeat screening of the fall of the Roman Empire is being played out right here in this country.

Bring on the Conservatives. Hopefully they might hold to their stated values.


Redbaiter said...

Well said mate, spot on.

PM of NZ said...

Cheers RB. The odds were heavily stacked against, it might not have been a bed of roses over the years, but when you've got almost four decades under your belt, one tends to place a certain value in the institution of heterosexual marriage.

And I'd suspect the similarly wedded parents of those pretend progressive MPs will not be backward in coming forward.

mawm said...

This National Party somehow remind me of the 'conscience' vote on legalising prostitution and Ashraf Choudhary.

PM of NZ said...

Exactly Mawm.

I see Raymond Huo's prospective numbers at the ballot box got the better of his conscience. So much so, he didn't have the balls to actually vote at all.

Reading between the lines, obviously wanted to go with the progressive flow, possibly an easy ride to be one of the boys, but couldn't face the cultural music.

A bit like Hone Hatfield welcoming a white mofo prospective son-in-law with open arms. A dead rat too far.

Lucia Maria said...

Yep. Can't say I'm surprised, but I kept hoping I was wrong about National.

I need to keep a note of those names that stood strong on this.

Anonymous said...

Oh the wailing and gnashing of teeth! Read it and weep losers. Why are you wrong about almost everything do you think? Poorly raised, incredibly stupid or a mixture of the two?

Anonymous said...

so weak, arn't they. Where is our Churchill? Useless mob.