Friday, August 07, 2009

Words of little worth

Trevor Mallard giving David Garrett advice is like Oprah Winfrey giving guidance to Kirsty Alley.

6 comments:

Andrei said...

I thinks Trev's comment is quite witty.

What do you know about this David Garrett character Lindsay?

Is he a fool or are the PC brigade launching a preemptive strikes against him out of fear?

Lindsay said...

What do I know of David? Not much. Only met him once and he's not unlikeable. Sure the PC brigade, as you call them, will target him because he is good fodder. He has to stay calm, considered and argue policy - not personality. A big ask for anyone.

Anonymous said...

"What do I know of David? Not much. Only met him once and he's not unlikeable."

Yeah right!As his wife tells it she had to almost prise you off him you were so smitten...

;-0


No...Daves a good guy....far more real and in touch with Kiwis than any Labour priss you can name....even Mallard.

Lindsay said...

His wife was at a public election meeting in Upper Hutt? David and I exchanged less than a dozen words. He was the candidate on a Maxim-selected panel. I was in the audience.

Actually I was more impressed by the National Candidate, Chris Finlayson who I would also describe as "not unlikeable".

Manolo said...

I laught at the idea of the thuggish Mallard giving advice to anyone on any thing, other than brawling and making false accusations.

Mallard, go back to your South Hutt constituents and try to represent them to the best of your pathetic ability.

Anonymous said...

The sooner Garret breaks Mallard's windpipe the better off NZ will be!