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The ACT leader now claims bad legal advice is behind his decision not to answer questions over the Dotcom donation saga.
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2/05/2012 12:34:30 p.m.
That's the stuff, Banksie - whenever possible, blame someone else. Funny how he remembers his lawyer's advice but not a chopper ride or a birthday party (and toast) for a high profile person. Of course, chopper rides, $50,000 donations, birthday parties, lobbying to Ministers of the Crown and so on are all in a day's work to him. It's a wonder he can remember where his office and toilet are.And our PM obviously thinks that ethics are of little importance. Which makes it simpler for us voters...we can now trust our politicians to behave unethically. Perhaps that's what he means by having trust in him.
1/05/2012 7:57:40 p.m.
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