Political Caption Competition


SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: One is a devoted public servant putting the poor first, the other is the Prime Minister


  1. It is almost impossible to conceive what kind of world Luxon lives in and what kind of mind set he has to think this post is a good idea. I also can’t work out when, during this festive season, they all join hands and give a prayer of thanks for the many blessings the Lord has given them this year. Sadly, the one thing I do know is that the prayer will be given without the slightest doubt or misgiving and with a total belief in the faith and righteousness of the man praying.

    • Peter Yep, an awful idea, but Luxon and Willis will have been told to do this by their PR people.Some well-paid flunky planned this.

  2. Vicks populi from those out in the cold:
    ‘Don’t cry for me Aotearoa…
    Nothing impressed me at all but
    I never expected it too.’
    Vox populi from random MPs drawn from any party, political interns, RW economists and uncivil contractors:
    ….And as for fortune, and as for fame
    I never invited them in
    Though it seemed to the world they were all I desired
    They are illusions, they’re not the solutions they promised to be…

  3. If this is a genuine photo issued by Christopher Luxon, then he’s a bigger idiot than I thought. His Christian name is a bit of an oxymoron too. Makes a mockery of Christmas, just like idiot Seymour hankers to curtail New Year to clobber the have-nots. A pox on both their horrible houses.

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