Helen Clark is talking about an election based on trust;
Can we have trust in the following?
A Prime Minister who the NZ Police determined that there was a prima facie case established that she was fraudulent in signing a painting that was not her work.
A Prime Minister that was so busy reading that she did notice that her driver was exceeding the speed limit by some several tens of kilometres per hour.
A Prime Minister that was deliberate in sacking Ministers such as Dover Samuels and Phillip Field because of swirling allegations.
But a Prime Minister who still trusts Winston despite all the evidence to the contrary.
A Prime Minister who presumably still has confidence in her Minister of Finance when having announced the "chewing gum" tax cuts then reneged on the announcement
Please,we need a dose of reality here
Tuesday, 16 September 2008
Trust Is Earned Not Demanded
Posted by Watching Brief at Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Labels: Election Trust, Helen Clark, Winston Peters
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