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  # 2126875 14-Nov-2018 22:10
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GV27:

 

Handle9:

 

GV27:

 

Handle9: Ok let's play the fact game. National denied there was a housing crisis.

They took no actions that fixed it.

When National wanted to they overruled councils and imposed policy on them.

These facts are demonstrably true.

 

I have already provided what National did in response to house prices. Feel free to continue to make stuff up but please don't call it 'facts'. 

 

 

Please tell me what I made up?

 

John Key did deny there was a housing crisis.

 

National didn't fix it.

 

When National wanted to ignore councils (Auckland supercity, Christchurch etc) it did.

 

 

I have never disputed they didn't fix it. You're the one saying they did "nothing". That's a very different suggestion and is definitely not interchangeable. 

 

 

I didn't say they did nothing. I said they took no actions that fixed it. These are not the same thing.

 

Nothing I wrote is "made up".


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Is parliament in recess at the moment? Haven't heard from Simon Bridges for a couple of weeks..

 

Maybe he's busy crafting a coalition partner to try win the next election??


 
 
 
 


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  # 2128189 16-Nov-2018 21:40
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bmt:

 

Is parliament in recess at the moment? Haven't heard from Simon Bridges for a couple of weeks..

 

Maybe he's busy crafting a coalition partner to try win the next election??

 

 

Go troll elsewhere.

 

 


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networkn:

 

bmt:

 

Is parliament in recess at the moment? Haven't heard from Simon Bridges for a couple of weeks..

 

Maybe he's busy crafting a coalition partner to try win the next election??

 

 

Go troll elsewhere.

 

 

ROFL.





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  # 2128210 16-Nov-2018 22:32
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  # 2128223 16-Nov-2018 23:02
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Im assuming pot kettle etc...

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  # 2128226 16-Nov-2018 23:06
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Handle9: Im assuming pot kettle etc...


Excuse me?!

 
 
 
 


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  # 2128228 16-Nov-2018 23:10
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Just my interpretation but I'm sure @freitasm can speak for himself



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  # 2128390 17-Nov-2018 10:50
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Let's have some aroha




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bmt:

Is parliament in recess at the moment?



FWIW, yes it is in a two week recess right now.
https://www.parliament.nz/media/4603/j005132-ooc-2018-a4-calendar_m111217_english.pdf

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networkn:
Handle9: Im assuming pot kettle etc...


Excuse me?!

 

Against my better judgement I will respond to your obtuse comment.

 

You come across as a troll. So to hear you call someone else a troll, especially that goofy bmt comment, is very funny. 

 

Sometimes people will laugh at you as a result.

 

You should accept the title, because the only other explanation for your behaviour over the years is not very complimentary.

 

 


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dwilson:

 

networkn:
Handle9: Im assuming pot kettle etc...


Excuse me?!

 

Against my better judgement I will respond to your obtuse comment.

 

You come across as a troll. So to hear you call someone else a troll, especially that goofy bmt comment, is very funny. 

 

Sometimes people will laugh at you as a result.

 

You should accept the title, because the only other explanation for your behaviour over the years is not very complimentary.

 

 

 

 

What a surprise to see the usual suspects in with the knives and boots despite their supposed "better judgement". 

 

There is no excuse to go against your "better" judgement, especially since it was just to be nasty and to pass barely veiled insults. Unfortunately, there will be others who can't just resist. 

 

 

 

 


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Reciprocity:
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Is parliament in recess at the moment?

 



FWIW, yes it is in a two week recess right now.
https://www.parliament.nz/media/4603/j005132-ooc-2018-a4-calendar_m111217_english.pdf

 

Phew! Suppose the hard thing about being in opposition is you're always struggling for attention. And gotta oppose the government on anything and everything even if you agree with it or know its a good idea.


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So is Jamie Lee Ross still an MP or not? Is there going to be a by-election?




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  # 2128596 17-Nov-2018 19:53
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quickymart:

So is Jamie Lee Ross still an MP or not? Is there going to be a by-election?



Yes he is and because he is an elected MP he has to resign from Parliament to bring a by election




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