Regular John was anything but calm, composed and nice for TV3 this morning. He tossed his toys quite openly under what could only be considered to be mild questioning. That cup of tea before the election really did signal the end of the media honeymoon.
At least he is consistent with his "hands-off" approach to his job. He asked very little about national security, and now he expects to be asked very little about his failings on national security, in return. And apart from making him look (much less be) completely unsuitable to be PM, that's not a bad approach.
Therapy? - Troublegum, 1994