Sunday, November 09, 2008

Conservative Rule for New Zealand

New Zealand entered a new era of conservative rule Sunday, with incoming Prime Minister John Key promising to be a moderate amid fears some of the country's policies on global warming and indigenous people could be rolled back ... Voters on Saturday elected the wealthy former currency market trader to lead them through a recession worsening because of the global financial meltdown, handing long-serving Prime Minister Helen Clark and her central-left Labour Party a crushing defeat >>more

On a related note, the Greens vote was down which is what happens post cold and wet winters.

It's been a bad year for global warming alarmists. Record cold periods and snowfalls are occurring around the globe. The hell that the radicals have promised is freezing over.

Must read: Alarmists Still Heated Even As World Cools

1 comment:

MK said...

Good news isn't it, here's to hoping he does kick the bludgers off welfare and back into jobs and turn back the tide of the moronic kyoto and save kiwis some money in the process.