Labour has cooked up this phoney row just to manufacture cheap headlines on the eve of a general election.
Perhaps he can find some money to put towards some genuine tax reform by clamping down on these phoney charities.
He'll continue to have a hard time convincing voters he isn't a dangerous and phoney pretender with no business shooting higher than, say, the Sports Ministry.
Who could have failed to see that there were no manufacturer's name or address or ingredients or shelf-life on the packages of the phoney milk powder?
So what touchstone can we use to distinguish genuine from phoney forwardists?
These offer a phoney impression of simplicity, reducing complex manifesto policies to a few slogans.
The report was triggered in part by a $146-million fraud uncovered last year in which the department paid phoney invoices during a 10-year period.
But any moment the spell might fail, their eyes would be opened and they would realise I was a fraud, a phoney .
From the photograph down, everything was a fraud and a phoney .
Sadly, phoney clinics offer spurious tests which will diagnose allergies in virtually anybody.