Monday, October 10, 2011

John Key has misled the public of New Zealand...

John Key, New Zealand politicianImage via Wikipedia

The rise and fall of John Key...
The PM, John key, refuses to name the person he alleges claimed that Standard and Poors said it was more likely to downgrade New Zealand if Labour  won power at the coming elections.

Standard and Poors has publicly denied saying that. Phil Goff claims the statement was a breach of privilege. Because any privilege claim couldn't be made until after the elections, it is really immaterial. I think PM John Key knew that when he made the false claim!

All voters can really do is consider whether they have any future faith in a person who appears to have misled the country. Should the voting public vote for Pinnochio?

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Frank said...

Essentially correct, Pete.

Key's comment in Parliament regarding Standard & Poors was quickly denied by that agency. Then Key produced a so-called "email" that had no name attached, which he said backed up his claims.

The man is a baldfaced liar. It staggers me that New Zealand voters still have a skerrick of trust in him!

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

Thats the video url Frank