Friday, August 31, 2007
A stripper, button holed KRUDD in a public car park and got all her gear off for him. The poor bastard couldn't get away! Quelle embarrassement!!
Turns out it was a prank by an ABC TV production team.
Dear, oh dear, oh dear. If you want to guarantee youself a short career at the state owned broadcaster, you cannot find a better way to do it than to take the piss out of that little bullshit artist so beloved by the self professed literary elite at the ABC.
Meanwhile the loopy anti-tazer brigade can rest easy now that their criminal friends have a few months respite during which they can face real live ammunition from Mr Glock instead of the evil 50,000 volts from Mr Tazer.
If the police want to ensure tazers are given the go ahead for permanent use, all they have to do is shoot and kill at least one crim each week from now until November.
I recall senior Tory Michael ‘Tarzan’ Heseltine saying he “foresaw no circumstances” in which he would stand against Margaret Thatcher for the Tory Party leadership many years ago.
In time, he did, explaining he never “foresaw” things would get quite so bad.
Anyway, I am sure Goff and/or his allies will be doing the sums, whether it be whether Goff has the numbers to take the party, or the numbers to take the country.
Politicians of whatever stripe have few principals.
Once Liarbour MPs and ministers realise their only hope of survival is ditching Clark, they will do so, for so many have no other life outside politics.
Of course ditching the 'Bilious Bitch' may not be the answer. Polls still show she is popular, despite her regime being increasingly incompetent. There may well be no Goff boost in the polls. And if he does take over, a lengthy spell in opposition may await, as Insolent Prick explains.
Either way, the future looks grim for Liarbour, and all National has to do, is remain on top of the game.
The Exclusive Brethren were not campaining FOR any party. They were campaigning AGAINST the Green Party. So long as they adopt the same strategy next time round they can spend as many millions as they like.
Why, oh why, do we continue to pay these useless incompetents their parliamentary salaries and allowances? They couldn't organise a decent crap on a tour of a sewerage farm.
Today's headline from The Herald demonstrates his wisdom in eschewing the fascinating and tempting 'reverse mortgage' market. That is, where the retired oldies with bugger all income and a mortgage-free home can trot along to the friendly lender and take out a loan. Interest accrues until their deaths at which time the property will be sold by the estate and the loan and interest repayed. The idea is that they stick the loan proceeds into a savings account and give themselves a few hundred dollars each month to supplement their incomes, gradually using up the capital and it's diminishing interest.
There were and are a few traps and we are about to see one of them. What happens if the lender goes broke and the receiver moves to call up the loans? Where will the then much older wrinklies go to refinance so that the receiver can pay out the debenture holders? Will the receiver be forced to sell up the oldies and tip them out onto the street? If the Wrinklies are lucky, their homes will be sold to investors who will allow them to stay on as tenants. Of course, the real howls of anguish will come from the money grubbing children of the wrinklies who will see their windfall profit from eventual sale of the home disappear.
One of the reasons responsible lenders do not engage in this reverse mortgage market is that they have too much to loose by way of brand damage should they ever be forced to sell up such a security property and be featured on Fair Go, 60 Minutes and every other bleeding heart media circus in the land.
Another trap for the 'olds' of course is that they might live too long and need to go back for another bite of the cherry to maintain their lifestyles, only to find that the accrued interest and plateauing property prices have conspired to render them in a state of negative equity.
That's a polite way of saying 'your debt is bigger than your asset.'
Michael Cullen seems to have absolutely no idea that he is shortly to be over whelmed by an economic tsunami. Professional commentators have predicted it for at least a year. They call it a 'financial storm.' First, the sub prime debacle in the US, then the collapse of the NZ finance company sector, now the pending disintegration of the high risk reverse mortgage market - so who will be next? I don't know but I'm sure there is much more to come. When it get's here this is what it will look like and it will happen very fast.
I'm starting to warm toward the probability of an early election following a lost vote of confidence in the house - probably early in 2008, after the sheeple have suffered a disastrous Christmas of little cheer and good will.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Well, if Zoo magazine can search for the “20 Sexiest New Zealand Babes”, No Minister can do the same.
We searched all over the Beehive for these Liarbour Lovelies.
And in best Panty Slut Boy Fashion fashion, will give you Six of the Best!
1- Dear Leader- Helen of Mt Albert, the face that Decommissioned a Thousand Ships. The flirty 50-something is so hot, her photos need ‘shopping’ and boy, do we pay for it as the Dominatrix disciplines members and dishes the dirt.
2- Heather Simpson- Dear Leader’s Chief of Staff. So hot is this butch, beefy babe, one needs a staff to give one added satisfaction in the places this chief cannot reach.
3- Judith Tizard- Dear Leader’s handbag and consort. Well despite her being no use at anything political, her continued positions in government suggest there must be some positions she is good at.
4- Marion Hobbs- Boo Boo or the Fifth teletubby will certainly make allowances and accommodate anyone outside Wellington Central. Boo Boo! Is the response of all those she serves.
5- Ruth Dyson- This Banks Peninsular Babe makes an arresting sight as she drives people to drink with her desire to perform as any other Liarbour member- sucking the public tit.
6- Nanaia Mahuta- This Tainui Temptress is big enough to satisfy the largest taniwha. Kia-Whooaarrra!
But do you agree. Or does Helengrad have even hotter babes?
It starts with roger nome, aka philip john making an irrelevant and impertinent comment on a post about the Electoral Finance Bill. Then the fun begins when he accuses the Business RoundTable of writing the Employment Contracts Bill through two lawyers. Of course philip john gets this information from.........Winston Peters in Parliament.
I managed to chime in with a correcting piece he acknowledged and then Insolent Prick and DPF just make a total dick of him. He then says he 'has to go' just when he was shown up as the twit he is.
It's bloody funny, but also bloody sad. Philip John is a wannabe academic.
God help us.
One of the religious leaders has declared a ceasefire.
And the US army veterans seem more confidence of success too.
The latest push seems to be working and maybe Adolf’s patience will at last be rewarded.
But what gets me is why do the left seem so keen on American failure?
Can they honestly believe that the world will be a safer place if Islamic terrorists and assorted third-parties succeed against a democratically elected government in Baghdad?
What will be the impact on other Middle East Countries?
How will this impact on the rights of women and gays in such places?
Aren’t the left supposed to support these ideals?
Or do they come second in their lust for a defeat of America, their hatred of George Bush?
How would the mullahs in Iran react? President Armed Jihad would certainly go nuclear. Do we want to see this despot with his finger on the button?
Do we really think Al Queda will give up its struggle? That Osama Bin Laden will return to the family construction firm in Saudi, or will he plan greater attacks knowing he has defeated The Great Satan?
And how will other despots react the world over knowing that America has been humiliated?
It could be Islamic terrorists in Thailand and the Philippines. Chavez in Venezuela, or places we do not yet even know about.
I am sure an increasingly belligerent Russia with its strongman Putin would also take advantage of the situation. Do we really want another Cold War that might even get warm or hot?
And what about Israel? What about Taiwan? Might China also take advantage there?
Just in case you are wondering, Mark Steyn looks back at the Vietnam War and how the defeat of America impacted on geo-politics in the 70s and 80s.
It was not a happy result. Millions died and many countries were in turmoil.
Now it is time to launch another formal complaint. This time against the visual contrivance which purports to be a likeness of Her Majesty, The Prime Minister.
Here is the real thing, brought to us yesterday by FairFacts Media.
Adolf calls on readers to compile a list of statutes and codes of conduct which this aberration contravenes. For starters, what about
Sale of Goods Act - unmerchantable goods
Advertising Code - deceptive advertising
Forgeries Act - no, that won't work. The fake bears no resemblance to the original - even when she's having a good day.
The question arises as to who should be charged with an offence. Adolf suggests the list might be long and might include Wikipedia, The Labour Party, Parliamentary Services (for approving the invoices) and any news media organisation which has published this crap, knowing it has been photoshopped to the extent it no longer even slightly resembles the haggard features of the Killer Queen.
Never has it been so obvious that his so called political party is nothing more than a sham Labour front, set up to manipulate MMP for the benefit of Labour. Now is the time for a complaint to the electoral office.
I was amused to hear the extensive coverage given to Winston's winsome Gold Card for oldies. Some dozey old codger was complaining about the absence of any discounts for electricity, demanding that the gummint 'do something about it' and talk to the electricity companies. The silly old dope should have learnt by now that he won't get anything of value from Helen Clark or Winston Peters unless he can deliver at least an hour's prime time television coverage and front page photos in every national daily.
Even more amused to hear RLW News crowing about the discounts ranging from 5% to 50%. That got me to wonder which sort of business might offer a huge 50% discount? The answer, of course, is one with enormous profit margins and one which would expect minimal patronage from 'old bastards.'
You've got it. Must be a brothel.
A good friend of mine had a little too much to drink on Sunday night and fell off the third floor balcony of my apartment.
111 was dialled and St John's Ambulance managed a rapid response to my rural north of Auckland location.
But the service at North Shore Hospital was frankly, quite disgraceful.
On entering the hospital things seemed to go smoothly as he was x-rayed, etc.
However, my mate needed a “cat scan” just to make sure all was ok and that was promised for daybreak on Monday morning.
Come Monday morning, no cat scan. Ditto afternoon and evening as my friend just waited and waited.
For a so-called Emergency Care Centre, things did not seem to progress with any speed whatsoever.
So by Monday night, 24 hours or so after arrival, there was still no sign of any cat scan or any further ‘assessments.’
By this time, my friend was getting somewhat frustrated and keen to go home.
He had spent Monday afternoon waiting in a corridor, despite having his own cubicle earlier
Throughout both Sunday and Monday, many patients were cluttering up the corridors on their trolley beds and all the little cubicles were full too.
I also heard a doctor making a comment about all the beds being ‘full.”
Come Monday night, out of frustration, my friend discharged himself from hospital after the hospital somehow ‘forgot’ to assess him or give him his cat scan.
And while obtaining medicine at an Auckland GP yesterday, we discovered the hospital had also not allocated him an ACC number .
Now, for the next few weeks, my friend will be wearing a neck brace, though he should be back at work next week.
I am reluctant to blame the actual doctors and nurses as they all seem to be rushing around like blue arsed flies and it cannot be good for them if stressed out patients might take out some of their frustrations on the hospital staff.
My friend is not the most patient of patients and he did snap at one of them, though he later apologised.
But it all makes you wonder of the human cost of the current health service ‘crisis.’
First of all, patients are not getting the treatment they need, either missing out on services or procedures necessary for effective treatment; delayed treatments may be less effective, and the patients themselves may discharge themselves before they should out of frustration.
Staff are also getting unnecessary abuse, which can only add to their stress or unhappiness, and if they are tired then there is a greater risk of them making mistakes, or simply ‘forgetting’ people, as happened here.
Now, the problems at North Shore Hospital are not new. They have been well covered by the New Zealand Herald.
But as noted elsewhere, isn’t it heartening to know, that rather than looking at how the New Zealand health system might operate more effectively, that we have a health minister more bothered about where John Key sleeps than where hospital patients sleep.
And while Gollum Hodgson spends his time on digging dirt on John Key, at least the local National MPs, Wayne Mapp and Dr Jonathan Coleman, are doing their bit to help to tackle the problem
Now, let us hear the full story.
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
She was prattling on about how things are different now and she was stupid enought to assert '...and we have a much more robust media now...'
Mike Moore stopped her in her tracks with "I don't know about that!"
Where do these TV stations get such children from only to dress them up as reporters?
Of course the inference is that the ladies and gentlemen of the press gallery 'go easy' on the gummint of the day in order to ensure they continue to receive 'inside information' on the stories du jour. There may be some truth in that, I don't know because I'm not close to the action.
However there is an emerging story which should have the journalistic nostrils of an ambitious young political scribe twitching. It is the story of political spying and breaking and entering which has simmered for the past two years or so.
When one looks back over events of the last two years, one sees a pattern of covert surveilance and criminal activity emerging, which pattern does not seem to have existed before. It looks something like this:
We have the Foreman burglaries carried out by men in suits; the Brash e-mails stolen; Key's rubbish bins ratted by men in suits, Key's house burgled; a particular PI asked to spy on John Key; and now strong indications from the industry that Labour is using PIs to dig dirt on John Key. It seems to Adolf to be more than coincidence that the latest in this interesting litany became known just as Labour launched it's carefully co-ordinated public attacks on the character of John Key.
It is in the public interest for the people of New Zealand to know whether the party and its leadership which aspires to sit in opposition for the next twenty years is worthy of the priviledge or is just a gang of mobsters led by a shifty back room Al Caponesque buffoon and fronted by a glib band of publicity savvy liars.
David Farrar has hi-lighted Moore's skewering of Winston Peters as 'the foreign minister who hates foreigners' but for me the pieces de resistance were:
'Exactly what does the "consort" Judith Tizard and the legion of Ministers outside Cabinet actually do?
Perhaps it's good they don't do much. They manage the remarkable feat of being self-important, expensive, trivial and irrelevant at the same time.'
'The attacks on possible, probable enemies of the state has even gone overseas to attacks on Australian Foreign Minister Downer....'It's no wonder they want to shut down critical polital commentary for a whole year before an election.
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
'This desperation for any scrap of information, any document that can be flourished against him, seems to put into context the burglary of Mr Key's home while he was on a well-publicized overseas holiday, and the mysterious raids on his home garbage bins, detected by neighbours on several occasions. These were not homeless people, looking for discarded Parnell food portions. They were well-dressed operatives who took off swiftly when their activities were detected.'
Who wrote this? Some faceless and unattributable editorial junior hack?
No, one of country's senior political scribes, Richard Long
We seem to have our own version of 'faceless men' or possibly 'faceless women.'
These are the people who write some of the crap which is foisted upon us in the form of daily newspaper editorials. Every day we can see in the same newspapers which have ranted about the evil anonimity of bloggers, unattributed opiniion put up without so much as even a pseudonym by which people can judge the consistency and political leanings of the writer.
Fortunately for New Zealand, it is likely 98% or more of the population doesn't bother reading them.
Monday, August 27, 2007
The Iraqi government at last is getting it's shit together and appears to have reached an internal political accommodation now that the Yanks have woken up that they are fighting an insurgency, not a war.
Perhaps George Dubbya is just so much smarter than his many detractors say he is.
Adolf can hear the widespread muttering of 'oh shits' and 'goddamnits' from the halls, vaults, corridors and shabby squalid dens of the Defeatists as their anti American dreams continue to evaporate.
The irony of it all is that it has taken eight months of ineffectual posturing and empty threats from the Democrats and their one or two republican fellow travellers to push Malarky into getting alongside his own enemies to work out a compromise.
You see, these Iraqis know all about MMP.
It's indisputable though - Hitch is spot on with this piece in the Guardian. Not that I agree with him about the rightness of invading Iraq, mind - but he's certainly spot on with the inadvisability of comparing that invasion with the invasion of Viet Nam.
'Mr Hodgson said he had spent about 30 minutes preparing the speech on Mr Key last week and two hours talking to the media about it.'
Last week he was boasting in parliament that 'he had been 'digging around..'
So why, oh why, did not Ms Trevatt follow up with the obvious question - "Mr Hodgkin, so who actually did the digging? Did your information come from a private investigater?"
No Minister is reliably informed Labour asked a PI to tail John Key before the last election. Fortunately the PI was a National supporter and refused the assignment.
The only character Hodgkin is about to assassinate is his own.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Adolf has always had a fascination for economics, having engaged in some foundational university study of the subject, albeit limited and a very long time ago. (Many of the technicalities are over my head but I have never let a deficiency in understanding of the finer points inhibit the outpouring of opinion on any subject.)
The pinnacle of my career in the discipline was a remark made to Rodney Hide at a pre-election function. I opined that economists were invented to make weather forecasters look good. Someone took me aside and let me know he is a trained economist. We both seem to have survived the incident.
And hey, I went out and bought Rodney's book today on the strength of Cactus Kate's review. I hope it will keep me going for at least half the journey to Europe next week.
Since the late 1960s, much of the North Atlantic Ocean has become less salty, in part due to increases in fresh water runoff induced by global warming, scientists say.
--Michael Schirber, LiveScience, 29 June 2005
The surface waters of the North Atlantic are getting saltier, suggests a new study of records spanning over 50 years. They found that during this time, the layer of water that makes up the top 400 metres has gradually become saltier. The seawater is probably becoming saltier due to global warming, Boyer says.
--Catherine Brahic, New Scientist, 23 August 2007
These gems courtesy of Andrew Bolt
Saturday, August 25, 2007
No Minister suspects there is a very good reason the failed stadium salesman has been banished from the war room. He's become a serious liabilty because of his inability to keep his zipper up.
This is the man who shouted across the floor of the house to then National Party leader Don Brash '...speaking of affairs, how's Diane?'
No Minister has been aware for some time that at the very same time these taunts were being thrown, the Mallardorous pecker was leading the Minister for Heineken Bottles into nether regions far removed from the fidelity of marital responsibility to which he sought to hold the leader of the opposition.
Watch tomorrow's Sunday newspapers.
All adolf can say is:
What a prick this man has turned out to be. Why does Hodgkin spend so much time trying to dig dirt on John Key when there is so much dirt he could find so much closer to home?
'.....Pete Hodgson, the kamikaze pilot who forgot to pack his aircraft with explosives?'
Not to be outdone, Fran O'Sullivan weighs in with this as she analyses John Key's superior tactics and strategy.
'........Key set the bar higher for the Government's attack dogs.'
It's not often Franno gets it so badly wrong. Hodgkin is no attack dog - he's just a toothless old pussy who couldn't catch a dead mackeral washed up on the beach. So, it's to be expected that he is being left for dead by a smooth, sleek and powerful 'blue marlin' like John Key.
Labour's problem is that for the first time, they are up against someone who is brighter and smarter than they are. And how it showed this week.
Friday, August 24, 2007
But for Cullen's incompetence which drove up the exchange rate on the back of userous interest rates, the pay out might have been closer to $8.00 per kilo.
You see, dear readers, every one cent movement in the exchange rate changes the dairy pay out by ten cents per kilo, either way. It's a fair bet that a good chunk of this years sales will have been hedged at over 75 cents. Just imagine how well off we might all be if we were back at 60 pr 65 cents, with interest rates at 6 or 7 percent. That's the real price we have paid for Cullens uncontrolled increases in gummint spending and his outrageous election bribes which he intends to repeat in his next budget - if he lasts that long.
Thursday, August 23, 2007
Pat Harvey, mayor of the borough of Restormel and one of the judges, said: "I felt that the community enjoyed their act. The group was excellent."
UK blogger Guido Fawkes delivered the news that has Britons celebrating- John Prescott, deputy PM to the departed Tony Blair, will soon leave Westminster.
“Prezza will get a pension valued at well over a million pounds and paying him over £1,000 a week. He of course has no declared interest in his son's property dealing - largely involving politically sensitive planning applications or public sector land.”
The Hull MP, also known as 'The Mouth Of the Humber', can look back on a remarkable career of sex and sleaze, which has obviously been so well rewarding.
His Wikipedia entry highlights “contentious events” that would make him so well at home in New Zealand Labour.
There’s violence, from when he punched a protestor. There’s sex, such as shagging his secretary (and he has a small dick, apparantly); plus a whole raft of dodgy business deals.
He even tried political smears, with the respected Sunday Times reporting claims he had a ‘sex dossier’ proving Tony Blair had a gay fling with Gordon Brown- Tricia McDaid dossier. It's news about Tony but we always wondered about Gordon!
Not surprisingly, New Zealand Labour had Prezza over to speak at their 2001 conference. He is so one of them and they obviously learnt from each other.
Now, Prescott looks set to spend more time with the Hoover, though he has apparantly secured a top job in Brussels. It could be worse for long suffering wife Pauline. ‘Jabba The Hut’ might use some of his pension and 300,000 pound autobiography payment on a penis enlargement!
This, following eight months of empty rhetoric in which The Dems failed to make any impact on Bush's conduct of the war and in fact gave him all the funding he needed. At heart they are gutless wind bags.
A couple of days ago there were reports in the WaPo that Hillary Clinton and assorted other Democrat senators and congressmen were recognising some successes in Iraq. It seems the vapid defeatists Pelosi and Reid are becoming isolated, along with the hysterical leftist nutroot blogosphere. Now it is possible to see why.
The Islamofascist victory, for which the Democratic Party, most US media organisations and the Australian and New Zealand Left have worked so hard, appears about togo up in smoke. If this report is correct and there is little reason to doubt it is, then the insurgency (there is no war, just a vicious, murderous insurgency) is about to go up in smoke.
The American Democrats, Australian Kruddites and New Zealand's spineless appeasers' worst fears are about to come true. Maliki has made the necessary political moves to end the slaughter, thanks in large part to the muscle provided by General Petraeus' surge. Why, even that idiot Obama is talking about sending 30,000 MORE troops to Iraq.
Update: And now Colin Espiner thinks so too.
But Socialists know best and they continue their attempts to find some dirt on John Key.
Hodgkins just doesn't get it. People now are actually asking out loud "Why the hell are you grovelling around trying to besmirch a fine man's character while people are dying on hospital waiting lists?" I heard exactly that question asked today.
Helen Clark will regret her smart arsed jibe about body bags coming home from Iraq.
She's sending hundreds of New Zealnders home in body bags from the nation's hospitals while her useless health minister and even more useless strategist Hodgkin flounders about trying to smear and denigrate this National Party leader who just keeps smiling as Labour cuts its own throat.
Hodgkins' latest effort is an obtuse reference today to leaky homes. Labour will need all the body bags they can get because after the next election there will be a mass burial of the worst, most corrupt, cancerous and corrosive administration in this tiny nation's history.
Mr Hodgson later told the Herald that he was not sure whether Mr Key had broken any law, and in fact it was "entirely possible he hasn't".Absolutely Bill.
Asked why the issue had been raised now, Mr Hodgson referred to a recent Herald article which discussed how many MPs lived outside their electorates.
He said that had triggered some interest, the Labour Party had already done some "digging", and he collated it and took it to the House for the general debate.
Mr Hodgson's attack met with immediate derision from National Party deputy leader Bill English, who said that on a day when New Zealanders were thinking about high interest rates, events in the global economy and the state of the health system, the most important thing was apparently where Mr Key lived in 2002.
There are some seriously nasty and evil people in that Labour Party. Instead of focusing on the country's problems they are wallowing in the cesspit. Mallard, Hodgson, Cosgrove. They're nothing but playground bullies.
Ministers of the Crown? No way.
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
It follows the irony of Chinese government officials visiting Wellington as John Key spoke out over what the New Zealand Herald’s Audrey Young brands as “the repressive, anti-democratic Electoral Finance Bill - that of which the Gang of Four would have been proud.”
“I don't recall seeing a Government so defeated on a bill before it has begun.”
Young speculates National might be called in to help, just as Key did over the anti-smacking bill.
Meanwhile, the NZ Law Journal yesterday added its opposition to the bill, noting it does nothing to help people take part in politics.
However, The Hollow Woman, branded the journal editor a right-winger who can be relied on to oppose Labour, and citing Nicky Hagar’s book, declared Key ‘a bagman.’
Obviously, the pressure is getting to the Diabolical Despot as she lashes out like this.
But the Evil Empress has only herself to blame, as she passed the Bill at one of her cabinet meetings.
Now, she sees the Bill sealing her fate and that of her corrupt and incompetent regime, with Key’s National 'Blue' Army ever more certain to liberate Helengrad from the Red's repressive rule.
Today the Nation's most Boring Bullshit Artist brushes aside adverse opinion polls on the grounds that '...mid term polls always bounce around...'
Why on earth would anyone be stupid enough to buy a second hand election from these two faced liars?
Remember the old western movies? 'Kimo Sabe, this man speak with forked tongue!'
In today's Herald we now find Air New Zealand considers its engineering maintenance contracts with the Australian Defense Forces also at risk. This is grown up stuff - seriously damaging, not just a few ad hoc charters here and there. If these contracts are lost then, as has been suggested by David Farrar, shareholders indeed will take class action against Cullen under rarely used provisions of the Companies Act.
All this because their focus groups gove them an early inkiling of what is coming in public opinion polls.The most alarming aspect of the whole debacle and one which the media have not picked up is that it is becoming clear that Clerk, Cullen and Goff are so obsessed with poll ratings that they are prepared to sacrifice not only the future profitability of any public company which gets too close to them but also the future good relations of our country with our neighbours.
This is what we get for having fools and amateurs running the country.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Irony upon irony is setting the scene in Australia following controversy over Kevin Rudd's visit to a New York Strip club- an event he was apparantly too pissed to remember.
First of all, where are the feminists attacking such a blatant sexist act, of Rudd exploiting those poor working girls, as he visited Scores on a taxpayer funded junket?
Apparantly for ALP members, it's all right, no matter how much they talk about their Christian family values.
Then, late yesterday came news of that great Aussie defender of worker's rights against the evil Howard regime- Fairfax Media- has sacked a blogger- the award-winning Jack Marx of the Sydney Morning Herald- for a satirical post imagining what might have happened on that fateful club visit.
All this is great fun for Aussie blogger Tim Blair and his many readers, relishing such controversy, as much as we are at No Minister.
Somone even digs up a speech from Fairfax Media CEO David Kirk talking about free speech to emphasise the ironies and hypocracies over the issue.
At least Fairfax Media in New Zealand can see the funny side, unless Stuff features a new cartoonist today.
Of course, it's all great fun, with Rudd appearing with Kerry O'Brien on the 7.30 report to explain himself, and he has also been linked to another sexclub, this time in Melbourne.
In the meantime, Tim Blair's commenters have dug up a selection of You Tube videos to take the piss out of dear old Kevni.
We have the Chaser's War on Everything with a spoof election advert (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PB3Hlv7rg1M&mode=related&search=) , a bizarre debate in parliament where Rudd is called "a naughty boy" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6PrqA32Bp4&NR=1 ) and an appropriate song- The Bad Touch from The Bloodhound Gang (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTW8oUV8Aq0).
"You and me baby ain't nothing but mammals, so let's do it like they do on the discovery channel..."
Finally, we mustn't forget New Zealand.
Dear Leader has expressed her displeasure, saying that visiting strip clubs is "inappropriate behaviour."
Remember, Labour don't like people making the most of their natural talents, even if they did legalise prostitution.
It is so unfair that some ladies and gentlement can make big bucks from having stunning bodies.
Labour believes in equality, right, so below shows a stripshow for the right on- the Chippendales. Even the Puss-faced Puritanical Princess might approve.
Fairfax blogger/ columnist Bernard Hickey again shows intelligence never seen before in Rod Oram with a fine article looking at how the kiwi housing boom has been funded from overseas.
Now those Japanese housewives are looking a little nervous and some are wanting their money back.
We know you hate lezzos, you dumbasses - we take that as read. Pricks like you hate just about everyone that isn't a fellow right-wing mouth-frother. You don't have to prove anything. Every time I read a comment from one of you rabbiting on about "carpet-munchers," all I can think is that if you hate "carpet-munching" that much, I can only feel really, really sorry for your long-suffering girlfriend.
In short - please spare us the merry quips about the PM's alleged cunnilingual preferences, not to mention the well-observed gags about her husband's supposed public toilet antics. You're only making yourselves look like twats.
Surely an enterprising cub reporter might have asked a few questions? Such as:-
Has there been a corresponding spending increase in other media sectors?
Is there more being spent on subscription TV advertising? (Which, BTW, annoys the hell out of me when I have to sit through these bloody ads after I've already paid for Sky)
Is there in fact a general decline in overall advertising expenditure as business leaders anticipate the forthcoming Labour induced recession which has been triggered by a general collapse of the finance company sector?
She's taken a hiding in the latest opinion poll.
Not just a hiding but a veritable thrashing.
God knows how much further she will go down when the next lot of polls reflect her latest rabid ravings.