One wonders just what short of things were happening when the all too inhuman Dail Jones saw $100,000 sailing into an account, and then disappearing before his very lies.
One wonders whether Winston will now apologise to all he impugned, and renounce the baubles he mistakenly assumed.
One wonders whether the taxpayers, or even Parliamentary Services on behalf of taxpayers will ever see the $158,000 he stole to help buy the last election, and which he is still required to return.
Or, as a caller suggested on Leighton Smith's show, perhaps Winston's little helpers could try donating it all to the Alzheimers Trust?
Naturally, behaviour such as this is still sufficient to ensure Winston a place close to Helen's heart. Clearly, even breaking the law is no bar to Helen's good graces, nor is being suspended as a minister any barrier to the retention of one's baubles, making it clear that:
[Hat tip Clint Heine]
UPDATE 1: Lindsay Perigo tries to unravel the riddle of Winston.
UPDATE 2: Farrar updates the latest developments, including who's been ying to whom, who's been paid to lie and is not doing very well, and who's just plain incompetent.