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  #1132873 20-Sep-2014 20:06
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networkn: So if National get more than 48% of the vote they can lead alone?




wouldn't take early results as anything as South Auckland is usually late dfue to numbers and they bolster Labour a lot




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  #1132874 20-Sep-2014 20:08
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jeffnz:
networkn: So if National get more than 48% of the vote they can lead alone?




wouldn't take early results as anything as South Auckland is usually late dfue to numbers and they bolster Labour a lot


Shhh you are harshing my mellow :) 


 
 
 
 


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  #1132877 20-Sep-2014 20:10
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networkn:
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networkn: So if National get more than 48% of the vote they can lead alone?




wouldn't take early results as anything as South Auckland is usually late dfue to numbers and they bolster Labour a lot


Shhh you are harshing my mellow :) 




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  #1132879 20-Sep-2014 20:14
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How is NZF getting such good results? I presume now that voting has closed we are free again to discuss such things?


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  #1132880 20-Sep-2014 20:17
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disgruntled Labour voters thinking they are doing the right thing.




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  #1132881 20-Sep-2014 20:20
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jeffnz: disgruntled Labour voters thinking they are doing the right thing.


Doesn't he traditionally get the older people vote in Tauranga, and last election promised students free educations or something else equally ludicrous which he was unable to execute?

What did he offer this time? Free Ahem favours after each class attended?




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  #1132882 20-Sep-2014 20:24
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networkn:
jeffnz: disgruntled Labour voters thinking they are doing the right thing.


Doesn't he traditionally get the older people vote in Tauranga, and last election promised students free educations or something else equally ludicrous which he was unable to execute?

What did he offer this time? Free Ahem favours after each class attended?






my mother (88 and staunch Labour) and her friends like the policies on immigration and doctors fee's. 

I advised her that voting for Winston didn't help Labour




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  #1132883 20-Sep-2014 20:26
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Why would your mother care either way about immigration policy? I certainly understand things like doctors visits or gold cards for public transport etc...

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  #1132893 20-Sep-2014 20:28
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yes very much so it is a generation thing as most of that era see jobs being taken by immigrants, Winston knows this and uses it to court his targeted voters.

I should say as well as my mother and co think that a vote for winston supports Labour so see no harm in it




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jeffnz: disgruntled Labour voters thinking they are doing the right thing.


They can think?😱





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  #1132896 20-Sep-2014 20:31
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networkn: So if National get more than 48% of the vote they can lead alone?



Mmp is very complicated. Maybe is the answer. Depends on everything else.




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  #1132897 20-Sep-2014 20:33
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networkn:
jeffnz: disgruntled Labour voters thinking they are doing the right thing.


Doesn't he traditionally get the older people vote in Tauranga, and last election promised students free educations or something else equally ludicrous which he was unable to execute?

What did he offer this time? Free Ahem favours after each class attended?





If he's still around next time round he'll be offering free lunches.




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I was talking to some old staunch right wingers today and a couple were talking about National maybe doing some deal with Winston being PM for half of the next term with Key getting out. I nearly fell off my chair and spilt my latte




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  #1132908 20-Sep-2014 21:11
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Behodar: Results are now beginning to trickle in.

http://www.electionresults.govt.nz

I misread that as 'robots are beginning to trickle in'. Robots are a bigger threat than lizards.

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  #1132909 20-Sep-2014 21:15
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yes robots are a threat, but I'd rather robots run the country than no one running it




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