Monday, 14 November 2011

Don't care

Am I the only one who couldn't care less what the Prime Minister and the Minister of Rhyming Slang said to each other over their well orchestrated and very public cup of tea last Friday?

It seems so.


  1. mean there are people who do care? I thought we'd have been a majority; assuming of course there are more of us than journalists and newspaper hacks!

  2. Don't care enough to write a post about it?

  3. I guess I failed PC. I stupidly watched footage of it on the false premise that the Herald wouldn't put it up if it wasn't newsworthy.

    Seeing Banks crawl like that was sickening. He clearly wishes he was back in a National cabinet.

  4. I wonder if it included the phrase "barbed wire"?

  5. As if anyone would be concerned about what was said at a publicity stunt? Only those with less than average intelligence would think anything important was discussed.


  6. I care! Not so much what was said because those are words from a politicians mounth. What I do care about is the fact we may not hear it.

    Here is a publicity stunt put on for the public during an election with the goal to manipulate voters.

    I would say anything recorded during that event is public information and as such I want to see it made public.

    It is disgusting enough that National and Act think it is OK to manipulate the voters but to then cherry pick pieces of that event for release is beyond contempt.

  7. Have a nice birthday PC. Galbraith's?


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