Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | News Video | Crime | Employers | Housing | Immigration | Legal | Local Govt. | Maori | Welfare | Unions | Youth | Search

 

Howard gone - Clark next

www.republicans.org.nz
Date 27 November 2007
Press Release
For Immediate Release.

Howard gone - Clark next

Howard is gone and Clark is next, predicts Republicans leader Kerry Bevin, and like Howard, Clark will not be the only casualty.

History is repeating itself. We have the Muldoon legacy, now will have Clark’s legacy.

There is something tragic about a PM who has passed their use by date, not knowing when to step aside. Clark has lost touch. Lost touch, with what ordinary decent kiwis think and she will deliver terminal damage to the Labour party in the 2008 election.

Kiwis are seeing the Labour Party for what it has become. A hollow shell closeting a bunch of aberrant and rabid feminists, and it will take more than Social Engineering to stop the imminent collapse of this once proud institution, said Bevin.

Mr Bevin is not impressed with Clark’s NCEA report:

Failed on treaty reconciliation.
Failed as a supporter of family.
Failed with a chaotic health system.
Failed with a repressive tax regime.
Failed for government by judicial activism.
Failed with brides and manipulations of democracy.

The ultimate failure however will be Labours Non Competitive Election Act.

Such a poor showing should get the deserved result in 2008, said Bevin.
Clark will really need a position in the UN after the next Election.

Republicans will be promoting their 5 ways forward in the new start 008 campaign. We are ready for next year’s election, said Bevin.

Ends

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Gordon Campbell: on the inquiry into the abuse of children in care

Apparently, PM Jacinda Ardern has chosen to exclude faith-based institutions from the government’s promised inquiry into the abuse of children in state care.

Any role for religious institutions – eg the Catholic Church – would be only to observe and to learn from any revelations that arise from the inquiry’s self-limiting focus on state-run institutions… More

 

Gordon Campbell: On Jim Anderton
For anyone born after 1975, it is hard to grasp just how important a figure Jim Anderton was, for an entire generation.
During the mid to late 1980s, Anderton was the only significant public figure of resistance to the Labour government’s headlong embrace of Thatcherism...More>>

ALSO:


Gong Time: New Year's Honours List

Jacinda Ardern today congratulated the 179 New Zealanders named on the 2018 New Year’s Honours List.

“Although this list was compiled and completed by the last government, it is a pleasure to welcome in the New Year by recognising exceptional New Zealanders,” Jacinda Ardern said.

“As an Aunty, I love reading books to my nieces, so it’s lovely to congratulate Joy Cowley, who is made a member of the Order of New Zealand today....More
Full list


Roads: National launches bid to save highway projects

The National Party has launched a series of petitions aimed at saving regional highway projects at risk because of the Government’s obsession with Auckland trams…More>>

ALSO:


Medical Cannabis: Bill Introduced to “ease suffering”

Health Minister Dr David Clark says making medicinal cannabis more readily available will help relieve the suffering of people who are dying in pain More>>

ALSO:

Campbell: On The Quest For Zero Net Carbon Emissions
Some would querulously ask, zero net carbon emissions by 2050 – while others would say, why not?
More>>

ALSO:

CPAG Report: The Further Fraying Of The Welfare Safety Net

New Zealand’s welfare system has undergone a major transformation during the past three decades. This process has seriously thwarted the original intent of the system, which was to provide a decent standard of living for all New Zealanders in times of need... More>>

ALSO:


 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • PARLIAMENT
  • POLITICS
  • REGIONAL
 
 

Featured InfoPages