Word of the day

Sanguinolent – containing or mixed or tinged with blood.

4 Responses to Word of the day

  1. robertguyton says:

    “The water is sanguinolent and it’s Judith Collins’.

    She’s shark-bait now. This is no surprise to intelligent observers of politics.
    “Cronyism”, Grant Robertson is calling it. Winston Peters says, “CORRUPTION!!”

  2. robertguyton says:

    Cunliffe smells blood in the water too:
    “Labour leader David Cunliffe today used the protection of parliamentary privilege to attack Collins over her links to milk exporter Oravida, labelling her the “minister of corruption”.

    Cunliffe accused Collins of lobbying for the interests of her husband’s business while in China on taxpayer-funded business and told Parliament she was “toast”.

    Collins had lectured the Chinese about corruption “on the same taxpayer-funded trip where she had dinner with the chairman of her husband’s company and the senior Chinese border control official that company wanted to get its products through”.

    “That is corruption; that is what – to quote her – corruption looks like.”

    Cunliffe also targeted Prime Minister John Key.

    “John Key is no better. He is donkey deep in the Oravida scandal.”

    Circling, circling…

  3. Andrei says:

    Oravida “scandal”?

    Let’s see Robert Guyton.

    I am as you know not a National Party supporter.

    Nor do I particularly like or admire Judith Collins – I certainly wouldn’t vote for her

    But the Oravida “scandal” – well Oravida sells New Zealand’s primary produce, particularly dairy produce in China which earns New Zealand money which pays for things like me getting my eyes fixed so I didn’t go blind.

    And of course New Zealand’s dairy products reputation took a hit in China about the time all these scandalous things Judith Collins supposedly did – like drinking a glass of New Zealand milk for the cameras.

    And you want me to believe this is the crime of the century?

    You’re in la la land mate

  4. robertguyton says:

    “lobbying for the interests of her husband’s business while in China on taxpayer-funded business”

    “Crime of the Century” will be awarded to another.

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