I heard he had a Mongrel Mob patch on the back of that jacket. Lucky he wasn't in Whanganui. Obviously he needs Rodney Hide, Michael Lhaws and Trinny and Susannah to tell him what not to wear.
And the problem is? FFS it is just a tie, ties are silly things to wear at the best of times, but who gives a toss what colour it is.
When I read the service programme I was pleased he'd been asked to take part as a gesture of good will befitting the occasion.When I saw the tie I thought Canterbury colours.A friend who saw it saw the politics.Maybe it was both but I give Goff the benefit of the doubt.
After her disastrous Mt Albert campaign Melissa Lee should have learned to think before she spouts off vicious nonsense.
People are taking Phil's tie at the Christchurch Volk rally far too seriously. The rally would have been considerably improved by a drive past of military vehicles and some goose-stepping. Phil's speech was clearly the speech that would have sounded best delivered in german.PS I hope you have offered your photoshop services to Labour HQ.
PS I hope you have offered your photoshop services to Labour HQ.I did offer to put Goff at the scene of a few triumphs. Like in the cockpit of a Spitfire during the Battle of Britain. But they said the photo wouldn't be believeable unless Goff's plane was shown bursting into flames.
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