Poor odds for better relationship

Hone Harawira has held out a sort of olive branch to the Maori Party, saying he wants to work with it.

But he’s far better at activism than co-operation.

If he couldn’t work well with Maori Party MPs when he was one of them there’s very poor odds on him making a better job of it now he’s leading his own party.

5 Responses to Poor odds for better relationship

  1. robertguyton says:

    He will broker cooperation with the Maori party and he will force them back to their roots and Key and National are in trouble now.


  2. pdm says:

    rg – Confrontation is the only way Hone knows and he will do what mummy tells him. On his own he couldn’t organise a fight in a pub let alone broker conciliation between his `Haters and Wreckers’ and the Maori party.


  3. robertguyton says:

    Yet he won a seat in Parliament.
    What a loser!


  4. gravedodger says:

    Yes Robert by gaining five and a half thousand votes out of a total enrolled approaching thirty three thousand, dropping his majority from 6000 to less than 1000, (yes Robert he couldn’t garner as many as his previous Maori Party sponsored majority) in a race based seat that thrives on grievance, welfare, and negativity, and a separatist stance is popular. He will work wonders for Nga Pui in the rhetorical stakes but will actually achieve bugger all apart from growing his ego.

    Hardly a ringing endorsement if I may say so.


  5. robertguyton says:

    That’s right GraveDodger – winning a electorate seat is a breeze. No credit to the man at all.
    Nevertheless, despite what the snarky John Key says, it was a victory to Hone.


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