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Public Address 22/07/05 - Confusion

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/07/05 - Confusion

Que? | Jul 22, 2005 11:24
Russell Brown's Hard News

When I heard it was coming yesterday, my impression was that Trevor Mallard had some documentary evidence to back up his claims that that Don Brash and the National Party were in the pocket of American interests; and were, in fact, tailoring policy in return for donations...,


S*x, Drugs, and on the Dole. | Jul 22, 2005 11:12
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I must have selectively edited the word 'sporting' the other day, because I immediately assumed the celebrity involved with drugs was that Hayley Westenra. After all, it's always the quiet ones. And there's just something about anyone who's so damned clean cut that makes me instantly suspicious...,


The Price is Right? | Jul 22, 2005 10:35
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

AM I GOING through The Change, or did someone turn up the heat on this non-election campaign? National's acting like the miller from Rumplestiltskin, bragging Don has the ability to spin straw into gold. Tax cuts for every New Zealander AND more money on just about everything...,

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