Tuesday, March 29, 2011



Yes, Phil Goff is really trying to claim that. It may very well be the case within the Labour Party, if everyone else is too chickenshit or obsessed with their careers to do what is necessary and replace him. But with the public? I don't think so. Instead, this just adds to his reputation as a vacillating weakling, terminally incapable of doing the right thing until he has focus-grouped it, after which it is too late. Its exposed him - again - as a leader lacking in virtù, an object of weary contempt. And people are not going to want such a man to be their Prime Minister.