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Public Address 13/02/04 - Pop Quiz!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/02/04 - Pop Quiz!

Hi folks,

I'm off to the cricket today, but here are two fine post for your education and amusement. I can't urge you strongly enough to read David's post and take his Treaty pop quiz and tell your friends to do the same. But, hey - that's just me: I tend to prefer arguments with facts in them.

Cheers,
RB
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A Sense of Proportion | Feb 12, 2004 14:28
David Slack on his own account

That tramping noise you hear is the sound of thousands of National party voters heading home. Their man has pushed the right button and they're saluting him. Shame it had to be THAT button. I've written quite a few speeches for politicians about Treaty issues...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1009.sm#post1009

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Howard's way | Feb 12, 2004 05:05
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

You know how sometimes you are watching sports and a team thinks they've got a big enough lead that they can just play safe and see the game out for a win? I think the All Blacks have done that a few times but it's even more common in soccer:...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1008.sm#post1008

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