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Brutish Elections And Hairstyle Issues!!!

Correctives: Brutish Elections And Hairstyle Issues!!!

"What are the lessons of the Brutish elections? Well, basically, the Brutes are not overly into spanking, as our sister Corrective Party failed to pick up the swinging male voter who wants to be disciplined by someone in a strange outfit." Sister Malaria, Acting Corrective Party spokesnun opined today.

"The other thing was the issue of gender confusion. Labour struck a deadly blow at the Selfservatives when they noted Mr Vagues plans for a post-election hair transplant to look more authoritarian. That particular hairstyle may have been seen as gender treachery which alienated born-again bottom spanker voters, as did the lenient attitude that the Selfservatives took toward Scotland, despite the perverted appeal of the kilted lifestyle to the susceptible!!!"

"We've seen that certain MPs of a canine persuasion and the Heir Repellant of the Nationill Party want to try and dissuade us of the lessons for New Zealand. Nevertheless, to the Correctives, it is obvious. Voters will not tolerate naughty gender frolics. At least we know Helen Clark is a real woman, and so what if she has no children??

Neither do we, and she is to be commended for not giving in to the forces of radical babyism now rattling the Untied States!!!" concluded the Acting Spokesnun for the Correctives.

Contact: Sister Malaria
Corrective Party Acting Spokesnun
(06) 3583609

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