Conspiracy theory

Labour’s conference was a chance for the party and its leader to give the public reasons to vote for them.

Q & A interviewed Phil Goff who looked like he was trying, and failing, to defend the indefensible.

The Nation chose to interview Russel Norman and do a feature on Winston Peters.

If I was trying to draw up a list of reasons to vote for a Labour-led government neither Norman nor Peters would be on it.

4 Responses to Conspiracy theory

  1. pdm says:

    Same old, same old. Say no more, say no more.

    Losers the tree of them.

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  2. pdm says:

    Oops – make tree three in line 2.

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  3. homepaddock says:

    As a typo queen I understand how letters transpose or get missed out but I thought the tree might have meant you were in Ireland. 🙂

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  4. pdm says:

    No haven’t been over there this trip HP. The Isle Of Lewis for Christmas is the next biggish move.

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