Monday, November 10, 2008

Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man


New Zealand can be proud of their new Prime Minister, John Key.


We are so fortunate to have this intelligent man to lead us through the turbulent times that lie ahead. Since election night he has begun to show us the depth of his character, his charm, his fairness and the thought that goes into his actions. He is a man who is going to blossom in his new role and this bodes well for NZ, and heralds a new era of us having a National-led governemnt for many years.

This election has also defined a Nation, a nation who have decisively sent all the dirty, evil, nasty, lying, manipulative, little Marxist men and women who control labour, into oblivion.

And with this result the political and social landscape has changed forever.

7 comments:

KG said...

Amen!

http://mickysmuses.blogspot.com said...

...yes, at last...a real achiever, a believer in the family, in excellence in education and in achieving full potential for everyone. I would like JK to establish a list of priorities and a timetable for getting there...and give Rodney Hide some authority over climate change policy...

gecko said...

Wonderful to see that the feminazis are no longer in control :)(big grin)

MK said...

i certainly hope so mawm.

The other day after this news, on talkback radio here the commentator was going on about his speech and how dreadful it was and how good clark's speech was. He usually has his head screwed on properly, so i was really surprised.

Perhaps it was the media influence again, the same reason why everyone thinks obama is the messiah

KG said...

I've been thinking, now the euphoria of evicting that gang is wearing off.
Unless National does something decisive about the vast army of leeches infesting NZ--from the dozens of quangos and agencies the place is riddled with--and an education system that's little more than leftist indoctrination, and strengthening of property rights and so on, then we've gained very little.
And so far the signs are not good.
Key is showing signs of appeasement to the Maori grievance-mongers, is making no clear statements about fixing what ails NZ society and is vague about any plans to slash bureaucratic interference in our lives.
I realise it's early days yet but a clear and unequivocal statement in favour of personal freedom and responsibility is still lacking.

mawm said...

kg, social welfare is here to stay - it is just the form it takes that will alter with successive governments.

I hope that, as he gets more confidence and gains in popularity amongst past 'beneficiaries' of labours excessive largesse with our money, he rationalises it and creates ways to get succesive generations off the drug of free money. It will not be easy, and there will be a lot of squealing but if NZ is to go forward, they will have to be dragged along.

KG said...

The three-year election cycle is part of the problem, isn't it? Any party which moves to cut benefits will simply be voted out by the huge beneficiary constituency out there.

Perhaps it's time to make a "no pay taxes, no vote" change...