Tuesday, 5 August 2008

"Keep Talking to Strangers, Mr English" - Perigo

Bill English "should be encouraged to talk to strangers more often, and his musings transcribed and declared official party policy."  That's the opinion of Lindsay Perigo, who says English should Keep Talking to Strangers.

UPDATE: And now Bill English tells a fourth lie to add to his earlier trifecta: He's saying now he got it wrong, about the one time in his life he got it right.

You see the trouble you get into when you're too scared to grow a pair?

1 comment:

  1. Whoever did it has been reading your blog but forgets the exact words (substituting fish for rat).

    From http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/1/story.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10525727&pnum=2

    Nick Smith, the latest victim, provided the first description of the spy, "a tall, young guy in his mid to early 20s who looked unusual for a Young National".

    "His dress was not as conservative as I am used to from Young Nats."

    Lockwood Smith could not describe the man who caught him talking about swallowing "dead fish" to get elected, but also recalled him claiming to be a Young Nat who said he was "so happy about the way things are going - except for ... "


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