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Where does the blame lay? Who is electing these people. Get active in the process of you want change.....me?....nah, can't be bothered.

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Aaron Shanahan
Aaron Shanahan
Jul 24, 2023

I'm really going to upset the apple cart right now.

But I feel for kiri Allen.

And we all should as decent human beings. She's been through cancer, had a relationship breakup, and has had God knows how many portfolios to deal with.

The reason I looked at this somewhat compassionately is because I see, everyday people well out of their depth thrust into a role that is extremely challenging, and are completely unsuitable for that role. I see so called educated engineers, straight from planet duped , that haven't a clue , and are compelled to make decisions about things that they supposedly rule over, but, in reality, wouldn't know shit from ginger. And they don't cope. They Crack.


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Pete Richards
Pete Richards
Aug 09, 2023
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Like Poto Williams before her, she's an example of what happens when ministerial positions are filled by ticking identity boxes rather than experience, talent and qualifications.

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Al Bourne
Al Bourne
Jul 24, 2023

"ACT leader David Seymour said he was sad for Allan, as she was "a good sort" and it was clear she had been under immense stress."

Don't 1000s of other offenders find themselves in the same position. It's no excuse for them and it's no excuse for her.

Seems you are in danger of losing a pair Dave old boy.


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You silly sod !!!!!

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The arrogant labour coalition “government” appears doomed. Thank goodness, they have done so much harm. Rocketing cost of living, rampant and escalating crime, incompetent uncaring and unstable administration.


With hindsight, what a mess the PM inherited. Another cabinet minister has resigned. Ms Allan, allegedly after driving her ministerial car into a parked ute. She has been charged with careless use of a motor vehicle and and refusing to accompany a police officer.


ACT leader David Seymour said he was sad for Allan, as she was "a good sort" and it was clear she had been under immense stress.


"I'm really sad, politicians are human. I've known Kiri for years. To see this happen, there's clearly real problems here," he said.


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A pokokōhua may have done the trick.

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It is interesting how the upcoming election is becoming an existential turning point for so many people. A National-ACT government doesnt have to be perfect, they just have to displace the current Woke narrative running Labour politics. We just need to keep pushing the right agenda between now and the election, and Luxton will catch on. I think he is a practical man, and that should make all the difference, as he actually has some real world experience.

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