When you think about it “Working for NZ” kinda like a bored FB status update. #TeamKey Alternative suggestion: “Just doing our job”
— Callum Valentine (@callumvalentine) July 12, 2014
Collins is upset a politician did something political. The rest of us are upset the minister isn't doing the ministerial job she's paid for.
— Oliver (@eey0re) July 13, 2014
It's been said before but it really is worth noting how huge the Maori electorates are. A lot of ground to cover. pic.twitter.com/LC1rDwQ2KN
— Michael Fox (@michaelfoxnz) July 13, 2014
The new concept of Ministerial Responsibility is simple - "I didn't do it I didn't know it was done and if I did it wasn't done by me"
— Hamish Keith (@hamish_keith) July 14, 2014
This is what the #teamkey ‘rockstar economy’ looks like on the streets of Henderson currently #timeforchange pic.twitter.com/8tsgiDQI5L
— Chris Yong (@chrisyong) July 15, 2014
Wow. Really wow. Guy who got new #GCSB law passed now wants to remove two thirds of its functions http://t.co/VJ4zKUz1Vy
— Vikram Kumar (@vikram_nz) July 15, 2014
@dpfdpf The idea that looking after our environment is a partisan issue is pretty indicative of the problems we’re trying to solve.
— Internet Party (@InternetPartyNZ) July 16, 2014
In unsurprising lack of self-awareness, MP gloats about the low polling of parties who are polling 30-50 times what his own party is polling
— Lew (@LewSOS) July 16, 2014
Alongside literally trampling all over tikanga, the police continue to treat the Bill of Rights Act as mere suggestions. #MaraeInvasion
— Joshua Hitchcock (@jcphitchcock) July 16, 2014
Road to nowhere? Path of darkness? pic.twitter.com/npCtCEjgWp
— Matt (@mfairh) July 18, 2014