Tue, 22 Jan 2013 12:08p.m.
Nikki Kaye was the big winner in today’s Cabinet reshuffle with the backbencher going straight to the Govt’s executive table.
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26/01/2013 11:19:09 a.m.
dont national have any decent looking women in their crizzly party . just puffed up self seekers.it better get its self a safe seat .
22/01/2013 9:32:06 p.m.
Paul Downer wrote:
Ruz were you left standing at the doors of the gallows,Or did Key faint before pulling the leaver,as what I can see is Key has self destructed and well before the next elections,Joyce is more like a elephant with his ivory removed.Now Key has senior cabinet ministers put in place,he will be able to globe trot even more too try and keep up with the pace of a 747.
22/01/2013 8:52:50 p.m.
Christians in New Zealand need to remember what Christ did to the John Key's in this world, he thre them out of the temples for their greed and averice.
Nick Smith promised to give up his seat at the next election because of his sins, unfortunately it appears that promise has gone up in smoke and Key and Smith want us to forget it.
A vote against National is a vote for morality thats for certain.
National has no ethics and no morals, and christians need to vote to help our society and to save family values.
Christ threw the John Keys out of the temples, there is no such thing as a right wing christian.
Voting for National is voting for greed and the destruction of our childrens futures.
Whether you are christian or not.. the same still applies.
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