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Key was hounded with questions at today's Post-Cabinet press conference but “wasn’t in a position to comment” on most.
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18/11/2012 4:57:17 p.m.
Has anyone even considered that Mr Dotcom may be doggy. I think all the focus on the PM is a bit of a red herring.
People in office are not elected because they are perfect but because they are capable of doing the job at hand, armchair critics will always be able to run the country far better than anyone in office. A little tired of people thinking what the government does determines the success or failure of an individuals life
20/10/2012 8:34:32 a.m.
This guy will hold on to this position until he leaves on his own terms, all the more reason to vote him out.
11/10/2012 1:26:50 p.m.
had enough wrote:
this used to be a beautiful country. I love my country, but hes changing it into something unrecognisable, so much harder to tolerate living here then ever. this man is just driving this country to the ground single handedly. its a must we vote him out if not for ourselves for our children/future
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