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Public Address 31/08/05 - Imagine!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/08/05 - Imagine!

Black and White | Aug 30, 2005 16:52
Keith Ng on the election trail

With a full scalp of hair, NZ First MP Craig McNair, aged 29, stands out from the rest of his colleagues. Salient writer Nicola Kean talks to him about family values, social engineering, and being a young man in a old folks' party...,

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Clearing the Air | Aug 30, 2005 12:49
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Yes... I am a man. But a when friend emailed Farrar's note this morning I wasn't all that shocked. The last time this mistake was made it was on a feminist site somewhere, which obviously says something about my natural sensitivity...,

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Imagine (there's no Treaty...) | Aug 30, 2005 12:31
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Brainwave! If Brash isn't racist (against Chinese) because he married a China-doll, nor sexist (anymore) because he's raised a daughter, he will start relating to M?ori as people not problems if we send in a femme fatale M?ori secretary to have his M?ori baby through a torrid M?ori Affair!...,

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A bunch of girls | Aug 30, 2005 10:52
David Slack on his own account

Hey Farrar! Who are you calling a chick? Poor old Che must have nearly choked on his granola when he read on Kiwiblog this morning that "she" had written a message for Labour supporters in Tauranga and that "her" rationale was: "it's bye bye Whinny while helping the...,,

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