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Correctives Welcome New Ministers of Maori Affairs

"Helen Clark is to be commended for taking the Maori Affairs portfolio so seriously that she has appointed two Maori MPs to occupy the role, given that Parekura Horomia is a large-boned Labour MP, or MPs.

Hopefully, this will erase memories of D'Oh!ver Simpson, the last occupant of that portfolio."

Sister Psychotica also expressed her shock at the Preb-Bull Terrier attack on Chris Carter: "The Correctives have always said that ARF should be brought to heel, and dangerous dogs should be kept from running amok. Clearly, ARF's performing dog antics are inspiring other mad dogs in the community to follow suit. The Correctives want all suspect breeds of such dogs, like the Preb-Bull Terrier, Aucklandian Prebbos, and others, either banned, or kept on muzzles or leads."

She commiserated with Mr.Carter: "Yesterday, our naval spokesnun, Sister Marina Aquamarina What Is This Strange Enchantment that Starts Whenever You're Near, was crushed beneath a pile of remaindered Preb-Bull Terrier books entitled "I've Been Barking (Up the Wrong Tree)."

Contact: Sister Psychotica @sadistasm@yahoo.co.nz ph 06 3583609



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