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Martin Doyle Cartoon: Ministers without tongues

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Ministers without tongues

Nothing really 'happens' in NZ politics any more. One reason is the way Ministers never say anything. Some you just about forget even exist. Even the oafs survive by just keeping out of the spotlight and keeping their gobs shut. In their stead, John Key is the lovable clown who keeps rolling in to 'mop up' any problems.

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