Monday, April 07, 2008

Who parted the Red Sea?

It looks like the lovely folks at Young Labour need to read their Bibles more instead of attending Destiny Church services to lurk.

They criticise Family First.
Bob McCoskrie might like to revisit [our]website – he'll find that 1078 (or 80%) of people are supporting the repeal of section 59. I guess in the Family First world of facts and figures this means a sudden groundswell (unheard of since Jesus parted the red sea)

Well, speaking of stacked online polls, I wonder if it was Young Labour deputy president - and VUWSA campaigns officer - Sonny Thomas who stacked David Farrar's poll.

And speaking of blogs, Young Labour has a blog
There's not much here at present, but hopefully you can soon expect witty, insightful posts from members of Young Labour.

Still not much there - a year later. No-one witty or insightful left at Young Labour, perhaps.




Blogger Andy said...

Jesus parted the read sea, oh that is a good one...

Not surprisingly, it looks like there will be no comments on the blog. And where's the authorization statement on the letters in the photo they've got there?

April 6, 2008 at 9:36 PM  
Blogger Keeping Stock said...

Sheesh Dave - I thought EVERYONE knew that Charlton Heston parted the Red Sea - I saw it on his obit on the telly this morning!!

April 7, 2008 at 12:21 PM  

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