Monday, November 17, 2008

Mana enhancing sibling rivalry

The ink has not dried and the siblings are at each other's throats, looking to upstage each other's mana enhancements. A prelude to what will happen after Wednesday when they are sworn in?
But Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia bristled at the suggestion that one of Mr Hide's taskforces could run the ruler over portfolios held by her or Pita Sharples, the party's other co-leader.

Just why shouldn't a ruler be run over such a department. It would be nice to know that there is no waste or nepotism in play.
I can't imagine anybody from the private sector to come into an office and go through the budget line-by-line to be able to tell us what we should or should not be doing

That doesn't include political parties who may think they know better than us

Get used to it, an outside view is just what is required after nine years of Liarbour's hire all mates policies.

Meanwhile the elder sibling is looking forward to going on safari.
United Future leader Peter Dunne's biggest gain was for the establishment of a Big Game Hunting Council, as part of a national wild game management strategy
Zion Park is looking for keeper. And food for the big cats. In either case your talent would be better utilised by fronting up there.

Let the chumps tea party at Animal Farm begin. Can't wait. Wonder what the siblings will get up to whilst the Prime Tourist is off at APEC and Downing Street?

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