Fri, 25 Nov 2011 9:47a.m.
ACT was toxic and contaminated and John Key should not have gone near them for his infamous cup of tea publicity stunt, Duncan Garner told Firstline.
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25/11/2011 4:57:01 p.m.
well done on a good fair campaign but and i know you do not want to hear this duncan , but labour were never going to be able to come back in a few weeks from the i love key fest the mainstream media has had with mr key and national . now we are all going to have to pay except the top 5% that is . i hope you can live with with your selves after what this lot are about to unleash on middle nz and the poor. when they cut welfare i will pay for it my self even though i am working . muns an dads will pay more to top up the unemployment benifit becouse there is no growth their are no jobs and will not be .
25/11/2011 2:39:49 p.m.
I suspect that Key only made his mind up to endorse Banks in Epsom a few days before the cafe meeting. For several weeks he refused to commit to supporting Act in Epsom but he may have felt his hand was forced because the way the polls were moving, especuially in relation to the rising support for NZ First. Right now, I'm sure Key would have stayed neutral if he had known what eventuated as a consequence of the "dilmah tapes". Winston couldn't have asked for anything better. Real life TV is never as good as this.
25/11/2011 1:53:31 p.m.
Get over yourself Garner, John Keys met with Banksie before the Auckland Mayoral election and that didnt benefit Banksie did it, why should Keysie meeting with Banksie now make any difference, how about spending some time on reporting the news instread of trying to make it up.
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