Pub Politics Ep 2 – Does National deserve to win 2020 Election? 8pm Tuesday 10th Chapel Bar 147 Ponsonby Rd

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ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED productions presents Pub Politics ep 2 ‘Does National Deserve to win 2020 Election’ 8pm Tuesday 10th Chapel Bar 147 Ponsonby Rd live streamed on The Daily Blog.

Originally we had Simon Bridges booked for this, unfortunately Simon now can’t make it, but we are fortunate enough to have an all star panel to debate this issues.

FEATURING:

Finance Spokesperson of the National Party, Paul Goldsmith

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Former leader of the Labour Party, David Cunliffe

Auckland City Councillor, Efeso Collins

Sunday Star Times columnist, Damien Grant.

Here is Ep 1, the cannabis referendum with Paula Bennett, David Seymour, Chloe Swarbrick and Chris Fowlie.

Register your interest here – once we reach capacity at the bar, we can’t fit anymore in.

Pub Politics – it’s like Backbenchers but with lots more booze.

6 COMMENTS

  1. national ‘deserves’ nothing.
    labour, on the other hand, deserve to lose.
    Non voters deserve to be sent to a country where there is no voting and the rest of us deserve to lose our AO/NZ because we can’t get up off our fat arses to rage when our votes are pissed away on labour and its useless coalition partners.
    We have a lot to learn from Hong Kong but we won’t because we’re to scared to make a fuss.

  2. Deserve to win?
    Only if the country wants to go into reverse
    National is a backwards thinking party locked in the past, full of relics with dusty antique ideas from the 1980/90s.
    All they can come up with is reconstituted failed policies and notions from this era – deregulation, free markets, property speculation, privatization and trickle down based economics. All of which designed to benefit the few, while ultimately disadvantaging the many.
    So if NZ so desperately wants to return to the late 20th century, don’t return National
    Go buy a BMW 320i, perhaps pair of stone washed jeans, put on some Wham and Nirvana CDs. But don’t put these self serving packet of crusty old biscuits and puppets for the 1%ers back in power.

  3. Deserve to win?
    Only if the country wants to go into reverse
    National is a backwards thinking party locked in the past, full of relics with dusty antique ideas from the 1980/90s.
    All they can come up with is reconstituted failed policies and notions from this era – deregulation, free markets, property speculation, privatization and trickle down based economics. All of which designed to benefit the few, while ultimately disadvantaging the many.
    So if NZ so desperately wants to return to the late 20th century, don’t return National
    Go buy a BMW 320i, perhaps pair of stone washed jeans, put on some Wham and Nirvana CDs. But don’t put these self serving packet of crusty old biscuits and puppets for the 1%ers back in power.

  4. If you ever needed a reason to never ever have National as a government again, think firstly multiple foreign political influential donations, but secondly and most importantly, the one that stands out is their(Bennett’s) response to Labours latest cancer policy. “too little too late”, said Paula Bennett. Now think about that for a moment. Labour has created a new cancer agency, National closed one! How on earth can you take an idiot like Bennett and her corrupt party seriously if you believe for one minute they are working in the best interests of us? Unless of you like screechy leopard skin wearing egomaniacs.

    • bert – Bennett’s comment “too little too late”, may have been an honest acknowledgement that the previous Key/English govts not only failed to provide non-rich NZ’ers with an adequate public health system, but caused a lot of collatoral damage with their desultory attitude to the ill and ailing. Bennett may feel bad about mothers and fathers desperately trying to crowd-fund lifesaving treatments. Bennett may feel.

      There are pigs flying past my windows.

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