Today there are many chuckles for crusty denizens of the Centre Right in a tour de force of Carter, Goff and the rest of the Labour rabble.
Here's the best one liner:-
What Cunliffe lacks in charisma, he makes up for in supreme self-confidence - a trait which fails to impress many of his colleagues who, to put it crudely, see him as someone who is up himself.The underlying message from Mr Armstrong appears to be that Labour is ******. Essentially, they possess neither the courage nor the tools to make the changes necessary for electoral success.
He pours cold water on their desperate adulation of Winston Peters by pointing out the obvious - Winston will take more votes from Labour than he will from National. Adolf suspects that Peters may finish up inviting a much diminished Labour into coalition as the junior partner. They suit each other.
And having enjoyed such a supreme breakfast, now comes the glass of sparkling champagne.
Leila Harre standing for Te Atutu.
It's impossible to imagine anything more tasty for lunch.