david seymour (act) weighs in for the slum-landlord class in his electorate – renting his clothes and gnashing his teeth over these heartless bastards having to dip into their own pockets to bring the shitholes they rent up to scratch..(he is on a road to nowhere – in more ways than one..that seymour..)
(and in mindless/gossipy asides: stuart nash appears to have changed his hair-dye.he’s fooling no-one…)
question two:..soi-mon bridges tries to drive a wedge between ardern and peters…(and bennett is such a bad/ham actor..trying to mug along with what soi-mon is saying..)
question three:grant robertson bangs on about things economic..(kelvin davis pretends to be keeping up – he’s fooling no-one..)
question four….adams and robertson on things economic (davis stops pretending to be keeping up..stares off into middle-distance..)….and adams/the tories are on a road to nowhere criticising this government – after their dire/dismal record from the last nine years…robertson makes that case…
question five: collins tries to attack labour for building houses….(!)..twyford sees her off….with ease..
question six: twyford bangs on about the mt roskill development..
question seven: the other tory mp representing the slum-landlord-class of epsom – goldsmith – stumbles over his words trying to attack the very idea of raising the incomes of the lowest paid workers…..(fuck him..!..)..
question eight: nick smith pursuing resigned minister curran – (why bother..?..)
question nine: tracey martin (nz first) bangs on about support for school children who need more support..(after the speaker forgets her name..)
question ten: bennett tries/sniggers thru questions re curran and derek handley..(tories once again focusing on the irrelevant..)
question eleven: unknown tory mp tries to attack labour for reforming the neoliberalised electricity-market..(!)..megan woods sees him off…
question twelve:..marama davidson and kelvin davis talk promotion of te reo…in te reo..
summary: all over in 47 minutes – and nothing of any note/import went down….the tories confirm they are an ideas-free zone…with the government easily able to see them off – on their dismal record of their time in power..
and that was questiontime..