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Libz To Coasters: 'Ditch The Bitch'

Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath today urged the people of the West Coast to send a message to Helen Clark and her eco-fascist friends from the Alliance and Greens. "Tell them to butt out!" he says, 'and begin taking your lives back from the interfering politicians."

"The Prime Minister - who Lindsay Perigo called an 'evil bitch' on his radio programme not long before it was canned - apparently believes West Coasters are a horde of banjo-playing, buck-toothed double-recessives who deserve to be trampled on," he said.

"What else can we conclude from her remarks about Coasters being in-bred and feral?" he asked. "Her government's move against GRD Macraes is just one more kick in the guts for the West Coast. Why on earth," asks McGrath, "do Coasters keep re-electing her and her party? You only have yourselves to blame for the way they've sold you out," he says.

"Coasters have a well-deserved reputation as people who 'walk the talk' - as rugged individualists who believe a person's property is their own to develop, mine or farm as they like, so long as others aren't hurt," added McGrath. "The sort of people that should not be voting for politicians to run their lives for them."

"Why should the people of the Coast tolerate Helen Clark's snide and insulting comments?" asked McGrath. "And why has your MP thrown his lot in with a government which seems to think that West Coast men know their mothers and sisters in the biblical sense?"

'Feral' and 'in-bred'? It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!

ENDS




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