Wed, 19 Sep 2012 2:07p.m.
Internet mogul and Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has visited Parliament this afternoon, but says it has nothing to do with John Banks’ donations saga.
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20/09/2012 12:54:49 p.m.
@ Reality Bites, be careful what you wish for!, Labour still not popular and NZ 1st under the 5% threshold...If Key took the country into a snap election over Maori water rights (and wind/air etc) you'll find they'll get in with a larger margin than in Nov last year. Please don't be fooled by the lefty posters on here that the 'public' are with you all as there is more of you posting, means nothing in the realworld...afterall I can remember the same rhetoric from the lefty posters leading up to the election and saying how Key/National are the worst etc etc and we need to kick them out.. and what happened? Labour got the worst beating in 85yrs, but no doubt that would have been someone elses fault, anyones!..Nationals perhaps? rather than actually accepting the facts (that majority of NZ voters already saw/knew) that Labour have no policy and no direction...bring it on I say!!
19/09/2012 8:53:57 p.m.
You have given John a bit of a problem there Eddie because Key is the best of a bad bunch. It doesnt mean hes the best man for the job just that hes the best one of the bunch we have to choose from. In fact anyone would be good if they would do what the majority of the public wanted not what the noisy minority or the UN wants.
19/09/2012 7:51:31 p.m.
I suport you always Kim and we need to cut the governement pay list 35% like some country and I need some help asp look for respond
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