Thursday, January 30, 2014

Play the race card, as always

East Coast MP and Police Minister Anne Tolley said today that Turei, lived in a castle and wore designer clothes.
Speaking during the debate on the Prime Minister John Key's opening statement to Parliament, Tolley said she was insulted by Green Party claims that she was out of touch.
She said said her role as an electorate MP included meetings with constituents who were among the poorest in the country.
"I'm actually insulted to be lectured about how out of touch I am with average New Zealand by a list MP who has no constituents, lives in a castle and comes to the House in $2000 designer jackets and tells me I'm out of touch," Tolley said…"
When the other side has gotten the better of you- play the bloody race card. 

And Tolley then further wipes the floor with this idiot green:

"...Tolley described Turei's comments as "absolute nonsense".
"The Greens' co-leader is entitled to turn up in Parliament every day in expensive designer clothes, and good on her for doing just that," Tolley said.
"But don't then lecture everyone else about poverty..."


KG said...

Good for Anne Tolley. Most people are sick of these cowardly bastards playing the race card, and for Turei to draw a racist inference from what Tolley said is a very long stretch indeed.
They've grown used to shutting down debate and criticism this way and it's time people called them out on it.

KG said...

My experiences in NZ showed me that the real - and worst I've ever come across - racists are maori.

Redbaiter said...

Oswald- Turei is a master of the strategy of Marxist dialectics. I am sure she has studied and been trained in this technique for I have observed her using it frequently. In fact most of the Greens including Russell Norman would probably be using these techniques. Her vapid allegations against Tolley are a good example of how it is done.

the conservative said...

It's either racism, discrimination,or global warming--there is nothing else.

paul scott said...

you are kidding me,she Turei paid for those clothes. Well flax me to death

KG said...

No, you and Oswald and other people like you paid for them, Paul. You can bet on it.