Bill’s back up again

When Bill English was asked during a debate what was different about him in 2002 and now, he said, “I got back up again.”

There’s no better proof of that than National’s result in the election.

Whatever the outcome of coalition negotiations, he has proved himself and his leadership.

Those, including some in the media who ought to have known better, may well be surprised at how well he, and National, have done.

Those of us who know him aren’t.

He’s a good man, with a big heart and strong intellect.

He’s warm, witty and wise.

He has a clear vision for New Zealand and its people, plans on what to do to deliver for us all and the drive and determination essential to succeed in that.

Many thought John Key’s decision to retire would weaken National and reduce its chances of a fourth term.

Bill English and his team have proved them wrong.

The fourth term isn’t certain but he’s made it a possibility.

Bill rocks!

5 Responses to Bill’s back up again

  1. Heather Adam says:

    Well said Ele. One only has to look at his lovely, capable wife and their six fine children for proof that he is a good man with ‘life’ experience along with his farming and Treasury experience … a very good combination for a person who has to make choices for our country. He also talked about his team … we !


  2. adamsmith1922 says:

    Reblogged this on The Inquiring Mind and commented:
    Well said Ele. Despite the naysayers Bill has surmounted the odds whatever happens


  3. Andrei says:

    Well lets hope he turns out to be a wise Prime Minister, and he may well be

    Because his previous failing might be that he is too good a man to be a good politician (being a good politician a good leader does not necessarily make, indeed good politicians might be extremely bad for the country as a premier )

    Anyway I think you can forget any talk of a Labour, NZ First, Green coalition being the next government. It is a interesting topic for political pundits to waste oxygen on talking about but I doubt very strongly it will happen

    Such a Coalition would last about 5 minutes and the country would be back to the ballot box. And you know who the voters would punish and that would be New Zealand First

    It wont happen


  4. Roger Barton says:

    I see Richard Prosser predicting Winston will go left.
    Hopefully he’s wrong. It wouldn’t be the first time.


  5. freddy says:

    And an early indication it will be a Nat/NZF coalition, is this afternoon David Seymour being told his services are no longer required.


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