Thursday, March 24, 2016

John Key's vanity project...

$26 million up the spout.

57% said hands off our flag.  Labour Lite's leader is told to piss off.

Now all who have the other rag can use it to wipe their backsides with it.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Racist and offensive? Really?

asks people to say whether they agree or disagree with the statement: "Maori should not receive any special treatment."

Would be offended lefties revert to to type and scream the "R" word.

Mr Davis said it was a leading question and would feed the attitude that there was special treatment for Maori. "It's out and out racist. Were there any other questions that were targeting any other ethnicity? No. Just the Maori one."

Damned right!  I feel offended that someone asks a question what most, including myself,  would feel the statement to be truthful and lefties ever looking political traction go for the default taking offence, screaming "Racist" and trying to have the survey changed, removing the supposedly "offensive" question.

It's a question that is long overdue for asking in this country. One that needs to be asked without fear or favour.

And the enablers in National who have whored themselves and their party for the Maori vote via the oft-repeated over the past century "full and final" settlements would do well to take note.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Lost in NZ #6723: The Herald

Again, Granny is lost.

A man who was found dead in his home on the Coromandel Peninsula may have died "unexpectedly" and "in his sleep", a relative says.

His body was found this morning by police at a Kennedy Bay house after they were alerted to his death by a family member.

The story is about a Kennedy Bay in the Coromandel Peninsula, but Granny in her haste uses a pic of  another bay, Putiki Bay on Waiheke.  And labels it Kennedy Bay, just because it is adjacent to Kennedy Point.

What's a mere 50km when your audience knows no geography other than Skytower.

The Herald, lost for the want of a decent editor.