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Prime Minister of Corrections.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 10:43 pm Mon 10th September 2007

“I think that continuing as Minister of Corrections is the punishment, not the other way around,” she said at her post-cabinet press conference today when she was questioned about the future of her errant minister.

Helen “lock in up in cabinet” Clark

Mr O’Connor, will not receive any reprieve from his full term of imprisonment as Minister of corrections, according to the Prime Minister of corrections, Helen Clark.

Mr O’Connor is obviously not ready to be paroled outside of cabinet yet, noted the Republicans from their secure position outside of parliament.

Mr O’Connor joins a long list of cabinet ministers held captive for fear that their release could endanger the public safety.

While the notorious David ‘Tennis Ball’ Benson-Pope is under constant surveillance during his trial release, George “Huh” Hawkins is understood to be on bail and reporting daily. Others like Ruth “drunk driver” Dyson and Lianne “tell no liez” Dalziel” have had their releases terminated and have been returned to cabinet.

Reliable sources have indicated, that there is an ongoing internal cabinet investigation into the business activities of long term cabinet inmate Michael “I didn’t hold up the dollar” Cullen.

According to hard Labour sources the Prime Minister of corrections still regards life by cabinet manual as the most appropriate punishment for socialist misfits, but is considering reviewing all current sentences before the next election. She would not however, be drawn on whether she was continuing with the current electoral legislation to ensure her own preventative detention in cabinet.

I am developing the opinion that feminism is becoming pandemic with what appears to be a virulent airborne strain. We must be vigilant in our attempts to restrict the spread of this degenerative brain disease. Bevan Berg


  1. A key condition of Ahmed Zaoui having his security risk certificate lifted was signing a contract with the Security Intelligence Service promising good behaviour.

    Discrimination – MP’s don’t have to do that.

    Comment by Bevan Berg — Fri 14th September 2007 @ 11:06 am

  2. Its Benjamin.

    Comment by Benjamin Easton — Fri 14th September 2007 @ 12:02 pm

  3. Oh sorry Bevan – I thought I was answering John Potter on the Groupthink stuff. My name is Benjamin John and what I had said was that Murray removed my (other) posts by hios own admission and then went on to infer that (I) for getting organised am practicing in Groupthink as he defined for the practices we are witnessing.

    So I accept your comments – but you should in order to be consistent with the rules let us (1) know that the authors of posts can remove posts and (2) have done all of this contact off the open forum.

    Hopefully, now I am with the picture. In courteousy next time I would appreciate that you substantiate your action, which would thereby make it easier on how to comply.

    Comment by Benjamin Easton — Fri 14th September 2007 @ 12:07 pm

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