366 days of gratitude

The left and the more excitable of the commentariat have been acting like Chicken Little.

Prime Minister John Key has announced his resignation but the sky isn’t falling and the National caucus is not falling apart.

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bill English has more than enough support from his colleagues to become party leader and PM when they meet on Monday.

Minister Judith Collins and Jonathan who were keen for a contest have withdrawn and pledge their support for the PM in waiting.

The leader of the party and the country is changing but stable government, focussed on the issues that matter, maintaining careful management of finances to enable better public services will continue.

I’m very grateful for that.

One Response to 366 days of gratitude

  1. paul scott says:

    The leader of the party and the country is changing but stable government, [ because the former leader can smell the winds changing ] focused on the issues that matter, [ like handing over democracy to a select half white genetic group of Empire builders who share nothing with their people ] while maintaining careful management of finances [ such as borrowing about 15 billion dollars per year and leaving that out of the books] to enable a subservient group of blue rinse voters to repeat a mantra that has no substance whatsoever

    Borrowing // Housing // Treaty Tricks // RMA completes cynical utter failure // Regional development // Corporate welfare // Immigration failure //
    NZ First 20% vote in the 2017 Immigration and Democracy election.

    The Country is doing reasonably well in spite of a Prime Minister who kicked the can down the road.
    Maggie Thatcher “” A leader who wants to be popular does nothing of substance for the people “”

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