A rare endorsement

I know the enemy of my enemy can sometimes be an ally if not a friend.

And the lesser of two evils could be better or at least a long way less bad.

And that politics is only a difference of opinion not a war.

And I know that parliament would be a better place without Hone Harawira with his radical left-wing and racially confused agenda.

But I just can’t bring myself to say vote for a Labour candidate.

However, I will point you to the logic of others who don’t let emotion cloud their views:

Adolf explains why in My enemy’s enenmy at No Minister and there’s rare, very rare, endorsements by Cactus Kate, Whaleoil, Kiwiblog, Keeping Stock, and Fairfacts Media.

P.S. The Veteran at No Minister has some local intelligence which reckons Hone Harawira and the media have over-estimated his support.

p.p.s. That local intelligence is supported by this email which arrived this morning:

As a rule, I don’t pass along these “add your name” lists that appear in e-mails,

BUT this one is important.

It has been circulating for months and has been sent to over 2.2 million people.

We don’t want to lose any names on the list so just hit forward and send it on.

Please keep it going!   

To show your support for the MP, Hone Harawera, and the job  he is doing please go to the end of the list and add your name. ………. 
 

 
 
 

1.  Titiwhai Harawera
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One Response to A rare endorsement

  1. Richard says:

    Agree with the Veteran:
    “They indicated there are at least three persons including two females chasing the nomination and two of them have a high profile and enjoy wide cross party support. The Maori Party will pull votes off Hone.”

    Never under estimate the power and influence women have in Maori politics- traditionally supporting their men. This is changing for the good.

    The Maori Party have a rigorousness selection process. Hone got through perhaps, or because of, the influence of his mother.
    Sad. It seems to me that Hone had potential, when he was younger and with the right mentors.

    The Veteran might have recognised Hone’s potential if Hone had joined the NZ Army.

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