So much for Labour’s promise of positivity:
Prime Minister Bill English has responded to having his personality compared to that of a rock by Labour’s deputy leader – saying their new positive approach under Jacinda Ardern “lasted about three days”.
“And the reason is because Labour is still Labour. They have always had a pretty negative, limited view about what can be achieved in New Zealand, we have a positive view,” English told media after his party’s transport announcement in Auckland. . .
The National Party responded to the jibe by pointing out this rock got us through the GFC and back into surplus.
This reminded me of a song I learned at Sunday School, the wise man built his house upon the rock . . . *
We need rock-solid government, built on strong foundations not the instability of the opposition circus in a coalition built on sinking sand.
The wise build on rock and will vote for rock.
* The song is based on a parable Jesus told which can be found in Matthew 7: 24-27 and Luke 6: 48-49