New Zealand politicians as cars

From Reddit:

From comments:

The Andrew Little van is a Hiace, not aa Hilux.

Iain Lees-Galloway- Citroën Visa

  • Great to pick up dodgy looking hitchhikers in

  • Hard to maintain properly so doesn’t bother

  • Rear view mirror is great to groom beard in instead of reading boring files

  • Only a five seater but once crammed 11 people in and 3 on the roof

Iain Lees-Galloway – Chevrolet Corvair Gen I

  • Sharp looking

  • Not road-worthy

If David Seymour was a form of transport he would definitely be a new and untested, yet surprisingly feasible but also not entirely thought out form of transport.

Judith Collins is more a Ford Ranger.

Who’s the Outback/Legacy? Gotta be Bill English

Gareth Morgan – gen1 Toyota Prius

  • smug self-superiority and endless virtue signalling

  • thinks the only reason you don’t like him is because you hate the planet

  • actually a good idea with lots of positive hype, actually runs like shit when the chips are down

Some comment on Chloe Swarbrick:

I think this is a bit mean to Chloe, is she really that hated?

She’s completely my brand of politics but she still pisses me off. Would totally vote for her, regardless.

I think a lot of people like her (including me) but a few are pissed off, and I guess the creator just made everything about everyone more dramatic.

I wouldn’t say hated, but she slightly annoys me. I’d still vote for her, she has good ideas.

She’s a bit smug imo. As someone who voted green I would have rather had her further down the list to make room for the prior competent green MPs who didn’t make it back in like Mojo Mathers

I don’t hate her, I’m just bored and exasperated.

This must have been picked up from Facebook.

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  1. Duker

     /  14th January 2019

    Bishop from the Hutt? Sure he lived there in High school but headed down the Hutt Rd to Wellington city as a student and then Russell McVeagh intern and then a beehive job for national.
    A short spell in Tamaki Dr in Auckland as a lobbyist for a tobacco giant saw him back in Wellington and then once a list Mp meant he had to head back to the Hutt to live – well ‘ tony Petone’ , which is nowdays not very Hutt at all.
    social media means you can be everywhere, even reaching out to school girls in Auckland

  2. PartisanZ

     /  14th January 2019

  3. PartisanZ

     /  14th January 2019

    “Whose gonna tell you when … its too late?

    Whose gonna tell you things … aren’t so great?

    Whose gonna pay attention … to your dreams?

    Whose gonna come around … when you break?

    Can’t go on … thinking … nothing’s wrong … ”

  4. Gezza

     /  14th January 2019

    Quite a clever sense of humour, whoever came up with that first car chart. I like it. Probably not politically tribal, I’m guessing.


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