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Martin Doyle cartoon: Obscene and not heard

Martin Doyle cartoon: Obscene and not heard

Considering John Key's own insulting comments last week in parliament regarding the pronunciation of David Cunliffe's name, it is surprising to see the arch sensitivity of the National Party [and for that matter, the media] to the language of young students regarding the Prime Minister. Some people are not so pure when the mainstream spotlight is not on them, it seems.
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