(ed: english has shredded his credibility with his twisting and turning/spinning over/around this one..that much we know for sure..
and we all know that english knew all there was to know about this one from day one – barclay offered to play the tape for him..f.f.s..!..and english covered-up – and is still covering up – we are all watching him do it in installments – and he is fooling no-one..
and who’dathunk ex-tobacco-pusher toddy ‘eyebrows’ barclay would be the one to bring english down/show him naked..?..eh..?..
and i have moved on a bit – i now want to know ‘what was the content of the tape’..?…what exactly did ‘toddy’ offer to play for ‘billy’..?
what are the details of the dastardly-plotting recorded by plucky young (secret-squirrel) toddy..?..what were they planning.?..a pants-down! on him..?…hiding his toys/stapler..?
..is it all eye-wateringly banal..?..or guy fawkes-blowing-up-parliament stuff..?..i wanna/need to know..!..
and has anyone else noticed the smoke/flames coming from englishs’ pants – as he stands there lying through his teeth..?
and has anyone else notice that if you grafted barclays’ smile onto englishs’ face – you’d have pepe the frog..?
The Todd Barclay story is refusing to die – despite the best efforts of senior government ministers – as the National Party held its election year conference over the weekend.
The party would have been hoping to go into the weekend conference with the focus firmly on an election win in September.
But with a conference light on any new announcements it was all about Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay and the actions of Bill English and the party board.
Allegations about Mr Barclay secretly recording Glenys Dickson in the Gore electorate office have cost him his political career.
Prime Minister Bill English has also come under intense scrutiny for his role in what began as an employment dispute in his former electorate.
In another twist Mr English revealed his MP offered to play him the recording of an electorate staffer when they first spoke about it.
Mr English told police about the conversation last April but did not say exactly when it took place.
He said he turned down the offer because he had no direct involvement in the dispute.