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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Key gaffes twice at low level media events to resonate bloke narrow mindedness? Smells like Crosby-Textor



So Key busts out the gay word to describe a big red jumper the same day he describes Beckham as thick as batshit?

There are two explanations here. The first is that our PM is a dickhead who shoots his mouth off with all the willful ignorance of Michael Laws at a feminist conference or that it's a very deliberate tactic to have Key make comments that resonate with his target bloke voter while generating enough liberal outrage to magnetize those voters towards him.

National have had a horror first year and the need to blunt the erosion of Key's credibility. Having Key gaffe comments that bloke voters would privately agree with takes the focus off Key's unpopular policies and has those voters rally around defending Key's comments.

I'm already sick to death of listening to chumps trying to defend the use of the word gay and explaining that David Beckham is actually as thick as batshit.

We are focusing on the gaffes and not the policy.

Smells like Crosby-Textor.

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4 Comments:

At 7/11/12 1:55 pm, Blogger blueleopardthinks said...

I think you've hit the nail on the head here

It all becomes horribly clear

Thanks for the clue, much appreciation

 
At 7/11/12 7:59 pm, Blogger James Pinn said...

Yes, the 'gay' sweater comment was on a farming-themed radio show, aimed at homophobic white males, who are not dissimilar to the constituents of Key's own rural electorate of Helensville, whom Key claims to have voted AGAINST the Civil Unions Bill on their behalf. The Beckham quote was aimed at self-righteous Rugbyhead types who believe soccer is a 'game for poofs', the type of neanderthals you saw bashing up protesters during the '81 Springbok Tour. He would never get away with making such a comment about an All Black.

 
At 7/11/12 8:13 pm, Blogger James Pinn said...

Indeed, it makes sense John Key would exploit the basest ideologies of his demographic, like he has done before while in the company of a certain grimy little domestic violence perpetrator, making lecherous comments about female celebrities.

To be more specific, the 'gay sweater' comment was on a farming-themed radio show, therefore aimed at rural-dwelling homophobic white males, much like the constituents of John Key's own electorate of Helensville, whom Key claims to have voted AGAINST the Civil Unions Bill on their behalf.

The Beckham comment was targeted at self-righteous Rugbyhead types who believe that soccer is a 'game for poofs', the type of beer-guzzling neanderthals you saw bashing up protesters during the '81 Springbok Tour. It would be sacrilege to make such a disparaging remark about an All Black.

 
At 7/11/12 8:14 pm, Blogger James Pinn said...

Indeed, it makes sense John Key would exploit the basest ideologies of his demographic, like he has done before while in the company of a certain grimy little domestic violence perpetrator, making lecherous comments about female celebrities.

To be more specific, the 'gay sweater' comment was on a farming-themed radio show, therefore aimed at rural-dwelling homophobic white males, much like the constituents of John Key's own electorate of Helensville, whom Key claims to have voted AGAINST the Civil Unions Bill on their behalf.

The Beckham comment was targeted at self-righteous Rugbyhead types who believe that soccer is a 'game for poofs', the type of beer-guzzling neanderthals you saw bashing up protesters during the '81 Springbok Tour. It would be sacrilege to make such a disparaging remark about an All Black.

 

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