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    FI382 – Helen Clark’s new low

    By HEF Admin | May 22, 2008

    23 May 2008 – Family Integrity #382 – Helen Clark’s new low

    Helen Clark’s new low


    Whether by accident or design, Helen Calrk told us this morning on Breakfast what she thinks of us, and especially our children. She told Paul Henry:

    I don’t have children, but other people do thank God, and they will look after me when I retire

    That must rate as one of the most outrageous things that our PM has ever said, so pass it on. She is a multi-millionaire, has a gold-plated superannuation scheme, and will probably leave Parliament and New Zealand to a high-paying job elsewhere. And yet she expects “other people’s” children to support her in her retirement! I have not raised my children to support Helen Clark or her ilk. I am trying to ensure that my kids will not even have to support Mrs Inventory and me. Yet Helen Clark, a socialist until the bitter end, has a different mentality. Which explains a lot, doesn’t it!

    Topics: Blogs, Family Integrity email newsletter | 1 Comment »

    One Response to “FI382 – Helen Clark’s new low”

    1. Mrs Dianne Woodward Says:
      May 26th, 2008 at 2:09 am

      Mrs Dianne Woodward Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
      May 21st, 2008 at 9:07 am
      After 3 public protests and debating on TV3’s Campbell Live 2/4/07 I confronted John Key face to face in Feilding immediately after his devastating compromise clarifying to our poor overworked police what the difference is between a stinging smack (which sensible section 59 stated anyway B4 16/5/07, if reasonable)and abusive beating. John promised to change this flawed law immediately good parents are hauled to court which Bob McCroskrie knows is a fact now and meantime Mums and Dads all over NZ feel guilty every single time they correct or protect with a light smack.