Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Mallard gets kicked out of the House, blogs, then deletes comments on his post

Yesterday Trevor Mallard got kicked out the house and was almost named. He was so annoyed he blogged about it here.
I told [John Key] his nose was growing. He lied to the House and quoted me as calling him a liar. Speaker Smith required me to withdraw and apologise for saying something I did not say. To do so would have been to admit saying it. Smith did not allow me to say that I had not made the comments and tossed me out in probably the most blatantly biased decision of the year.
Well, being accused of lying is worse than telling lies.Mallard told Key his nose was growing. It wasn't. So that was a lie. Key said that Mallard accused him of being a liar. Mallard said he didn't. The speaker told him to withdraw and apologise. He didn't. He attacked and defied the speaker instead. That was why he was tossed out. Simple. Then he said 'for gods sake.... that is the worst decision you have ever made".

Mallard is wasting his time calling John Key a liar on his blog post and deleting comments because he doesn't like them. And has effectively repeated his comments outside the house by making it clear that he thinks Key is a liar.Mallard's not just got an anger problem, he has got a bigger nose than Key,too.
Update you can watch the video of Mallard's outburst here.

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June 24, 2009 at 12:54 PM  
Blogger Craig Ranapia said...

Someone Mallard knows fairly well used to be fond of saying, "When you're in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging."

Any culturally literate child should have read Carlo Collodi's 'The Adventures of Pinocchio' (or at least seen the famous 1940 Disney film adaptation) -- whose title character's nose grew whenever he told a lie. For Mallard to pretend that he wasn't calling Key a liar is, at best, too cute for words.

Margaret Wilson had an (in my view excessive) tolerance for the smart-arse semantics of Winston Peters, and his habit of getting nasty when even her patience was exhausted. Mallard might want to think whether that's the kind of tone he really wants to be setting as Labour's education spokesman, and a very senior frontbencher.

June 24, 2009 at 2:48 PM  

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