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3/10/2012 5:34:38 p.m.
It would seem that the tea consumed by the Prime Minister and John Banks was drugged as both participants have amnesia. I think the police should drug raid the cafe involved to check it out!!!!
1/10/2012 2:00:15 p.m.
ENOUGH DAMAGES.. wrote:
This National Government makes a lot of mistakes that we cannot trust him..
John Key make bad mistake by supporting his minister John Banks and his deputy, but to cover-up its tracks or to lie is not what we want for a Government..
We want to start fresh with a new Leader..
This National John Key' must GO for the sake of our children's safety and its people..
1/10/2012 1:00:35 p.m.
@ Robert W, yes NZ has the best people with the worst leader. But that will not bother you since you are living abroad and have been for many years. All these lies and this corrution will destroy NZ. When you can not trust your own PM where does that leave you?
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