Thursday, February 21, 2008

ZenTiger Dont Be Silly

Labour Party President Mike Williams has offered to resign from his position over his role in the ongoing Owen Glenn donor affair, but Prime Minister Helen Clark refused to accept it and told him "not to be silly". "It was an honest error."

Helen Clark then offered to step down, but she then refused herself permission. It would have been a silly thing to do.

Dr Cullen offered to step Mallard down, but Helen Clark again said "Don't be silly" because he'd already been demoted, and being punished once was excessive according to Labour tradition.

Benson-Pope offered to refute every-thing, should the ball be in his court. Dover Samuels maintained he knew absolutely nothing, could remember nothing, and had probably done nothing. Helen Clark said "Don't be silly. You are just pissing in the wind".

Margaret Wilson ruled that no more should be mentioned of this affair and that "Don't be silly" addressed the question.

The latest news was that this scandal had come to the attention of Kevin Rudd, and he was considering making a formal apology to all New Zealanders.

Related Link: Labour Party President accused of being silly by Clark

3 comment(s):

mojo said...

"It was an honest error, silly."
Mmmmm...

Anonymous said...

"Margaret Wilson ruled that no more should be mentioned of this affair and that "Don't be silly" addressed the question."

And promptly said. "I'll bet my wooden leg on it."

scrubone said...

What a silly post.

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