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  # 1836938 4-Aug-2017 07:53
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It's amazing - Green leader proudly declares fraud without any sign of remorse results in astronomical rise in popularity culminating in the demise of Labour leader.

 

Now she's proudly admitted voter fraud, will she become the next prime minister ala Donald Trump?

 

I'm sure there are more frauds yet to be advertised.





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  # 1836956 4-Aug-2017 08:34
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It's amazing - Green leader proudly declares fraud without any sign of remorse results in astronomical rise in popularity culminating in the demise of Labour leader.


Now she's proudly admitted voter fraud, will she become the next prime minister ala Donald Trump?


I'm sure there are more frauds yet to be advertised.



I think the rise in the polls will fade over the next few weeks. The party needs to enter damage control.




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  # 1836978 4-Aug-2017 09:07
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Looks like she is in big trouble now. 

 

How on earth did she obtain a law degree with such poor memory and judgement?

 

 

 

 


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  # 1836981 4-Aug-2017 09:14
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(How) Did she actually get a (her) law degree?




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Clearly she is a very dishonest woman, and she still thinks she should be a member in our highest court???

 

I think her crimes are now a little old to be prosecuted over, but the speaker of the house surely has enough admissions now to throw her out of the House????


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Rikkitic:

 

Usually when things like this start to dribble out, there is more to come. I think people were too quick to jump on her initially because of politics and I think she deserved the benefit of the doubt, but I am not inclined to defend her any longer. I do think she needs to step down. This is doing her party no good.

 

 

 

 

So does this means the Greens are now off your list too?


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  # 1837021 4-Aug-2017 10:07
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If she is really in this for the Green Party she should step aside now, sort her affairs out and if wanted come back in 2020. She is damaging her own party.




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  # 1837024 4-Aug-2017 10:09
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MikeB4: If she is really in this for the Green Party she should step aside now, sort her affairs out and if wanted come back in 2020. She is damaging her own party.

 

I have actually changed my opinion on this.

 

I don't believe she should step down. She should stay with the Greens, and continue to dig her hole. She can take both Greens and Labour down with her.


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I was willing to forgive for the benefit issue because I have some familiarity with how hard it is to pay bills (a recession economy hit my family in my youth and my Dad later had health issues preventing full time employment and I remember not asking for new shoes in Primary despite mine having a hole in the bottom in winter because I knew money was tight) but now voter fraud on top is too much.

 

With the new leadership if their policies change for the better I'll likely switch my party vote to Labour. National has really, really, got to go (and should have went last time) and a Labour vote would hopefully count this election.


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JayADee:

I was willing to forgive for the benefit issue because I have some familiarity with how hard it is to pay bills (a recession economy hit my family in my youth and my Dad later had health issues preventing full time employment and I remember not asking for new shoes in Primary despite mine having a hole in the bottom in winter because I knew money was tight) but now voter fraud on top is too much.


With the new leadership if their policies change for the better I'll likely switch my party vote to Labour. National has really, really, got to go (and should have went last time) and a Labour vote would hopefully count this election.



I agree after working in social services most of my life I fully understand despiration and it's companions panic and irrational action.




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  # 1837035 4-Aug-2017 10:25
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LOL

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metiria_Turei

 

Good old Wikipedia. Always displaying the facts.


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  # 1837059 4-Aug-2017 11:10
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LOL

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metiria_Turei

 

Good old Wikipedia. Always displaying the facts.

 

 

 

 

ummm, no. 





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Needs to fall on her sword and pretty quickly. Sorry, but she's dug her own political grave.


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  # 1837083 4-Aug-2017 11:38
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Wiggum:

 

Rikkitic:

 

Usually when things like this start to dribble out, there is more to come. I think people were too quick to jump on her initially because of politics and I think she deserved the benefit of the doubt, but I am not inclined to defend her any longer. I do think she needs to step down. This is doing her party no good.

 

 

 

 

So does this means the Greens are now off your list too?

 

 

Of course not. That is just a troll question.

 

 





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Wiggum:

 

MikeB4: If she is really in this for the Green Party she should step aside now, sort her affairs out and if wanted come back in 2020. She is damaging her own party.

 

I have actually changed my opinion on this.

 

I don't believe she should step down. She should stay with the Greens, and continue to dig her hole. She can take both Greens and Labour down with her.

 

 

NWRT (Not Worth Responding To)

 

 





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