Saturday, October 28, 2006

Labour leadership


On Monday I did a post explaining why Labour will probably lose the next election. Another reason is that National's leadership is stronger than Labours - meaning that Labour has just got Helen Clark whereas National has Brash, English, Key, Brownlee etc.

Many people seen to have forgetten that Helen Clark was asked to resign as leader only months before the election in 1996. Will it happen again in 2008? If Labour wanted to change its leader, who would replace Clark? Cullen is out, Mallard and Benson Pope are out due to their misbehaviour earlier this year, can't see Maharey doing it, so does that mean that Phil Goff will be the next Labour leader -with Annette King as Deputy?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

DPB will be stuffed when the EB's unload on his payments to former pupils to heep them from talking to the police. All done with tax payer funds, apparently.

Anonymous said...

I like Goff.
he's like a marshmallow looks good but no substance.
yeah lets go for Goff.

the slide said...

Another reason is that National's "leadership is stronger than Labours - meaning that Labour has just got Helen Clark whereas National has Brash, English, Key, Brownlee etc."

They are about to not have Brash. I dont even reckon he will be an MP by the end of December.