The New Zealand blogosphere presently rejoices in both Frog Blog, and Prog Blog, the former the official Green Party blog espousing authoritarian environmentalism, the latter the official Jim-Anderton-kissed-my-baby blog.
Other party blogs, official and unofficial, are not as snappily named as these two, which some have seen as a missed opportunity. Until now. Some exciting new blogs have recently taken up the nomenclatural baton adopted by the two blogs of the authoritarian left:
Wog Blog: Run by a NZ First lackey to tell success stories of immigrants returning to their home country.
Flog Blog: A Christian Heritage Party blog telling stories of how different moral crimes can be fixed with judicious lashings of corporal punishment.
Clog Blog: A blog chock-full of thigh-slapping Dutch jokes and humour. Run by Harry Duynhoven.
Dog Blog: Regularly updated to highlight some of the beautiful women in the Labour Caucus, before they're airbrushed.
Hog Blog: Gerry Brownlee's diet blog. (Irregularly updated.)
Jog Blog: Bill English's exercise blog.
Log Blog: Blog run by the Ranfurly Shield holders.
Bog Blog: A blog discussing failed Private Members Bills before they're finally flushed down the toilet of history. Occasionally of an evening posts examples of post-modern art.
Nig Nog Blog: Paul Holmes's blog paying homage "to Koffi Annan and other cheeky darkies."
Fog Blog: Wet, thick and concealing -- David Benson-Pope's regular online confessions.