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Dear Linley Boniface

  • October 27th, 2008

Dear Linley

You’re right.  I am courting your affections (along with the other 50,000 voters in Wellington Central).  I am glad you’ve taken notice of my ardour.  It is genuine.  What more must I do to persuade you (and 50,000 others) to listen to my poetry? 

All I ask is a vote (or two) on Election Day.  I won’t go away, like all the others.  I’ll be here, working for you (and the 50,000 others).  I promise to stop pursuing you (and 50,000 others) after the Election. Until then….

Yours earnestly


PS I’m pacifying Catharine, but she need not know how you vote.


  • Phil
  • October 27th, 2008
  • 10:20 am

Stephen you have stolen my heart also. My lover’s also. He and I will vote for you. Two ticks fro our hearts. That’s just another 49,998 to go. We will put out the word.

  • Mercury
  • October 28th, 2008
  • 2:47 pm

Now it’s over between you and Linley, your Labour Party rival is courting her. At least he doesn’t hold meetings in cafes on Labour Day when there is a 15% surcharge.


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