I fondly recall reading there once a warning that I was "an extreme Marxist", which would certainly surprise the folk at The Standard.
trust me, Key will never meet with Banks in public during this election.
Banks has some rather problematic 'issues' that are yet to emerge.
yep, it's good. people here and a few other places get it, but then we ain't most people. it never fails to amaze and dismay me just how naive most NZers are when it comes to the political interests of the msm. we must be one of the most gullible peoples on the globe in that respect :-(
i just hope it's enough in at least the long term, i think the short to mid-term is already soundly screwed.
yep that's a stunner, and this one...
Robyn Malcolm said in her 'vitriolic' attack:
"We have a leader who seems to be more interested in talking about his cats on the radio, being seen at the rugby and getting on the cover of the Woman's Weekly. I thought that was my job"
journalists must be very, very polite and sensitive little dears these days?
$43 million Key loaned to TV3/Mediaworks from recollection, so they could afford to hire Paul Henry - could just be pulling that out of my arse but.
sometimes time is all there is for such things.
i think Key is aiming for the Berlusconi of the South Pacific thing...
i don't want to derail the discussion on what is a great post, if you are similarly concerned m, feel free to continue conversation on my post
thanks m, things are well.
i hope you are ok too. it was a hell of a thing. i think about you and d some times and i don't even know you. we were upset for you.
i agree there has been an enormous amount of headline manipulation lately to give the semblance of balance while constantly slanting the coverage, stuff even worse than herald imo.
nice one rich, can't believe i such a gift!
out of practice lol
great links, both awesome examples of the integrity of the modern craft.
nice to talk again m