Thu, 02 Aug 2012 6:23p.m.
A deal is being struck that is likely to see former minister Nick Smith, return to Cabinet later in the year.
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3/08/2012 6:43:05 p.m.
That was always going to happen, gees this country will never go forward, money wise, if this government is in parliament and this government makes it look as if people on the dole are the crooks.
3/08/2012 4:05:15 p.m.
Antony Cotton wrote:
It will be great Nick Smith I live in his Electorate the Guy is wonderful MP and John Key needs experience Like Nick in his Cabinet Smith does a great Job as Minister and Local MP Beats the Hell of Shearer and Labour Party who cannot get a Leader with any common since the Labour Caucus choose Puppet Leader in Sharer run by Mallard King and Goff. I use to vote Labour but 2014 I will vote National back for third term.
3/08/2012 8:05:26 a.m.
I agree, Nick Smith should resign permanently. I agree too that National really is just an ethically and morally shoddy -- I guess I have to say, corrupt -- government. The public have lost all faith in Nick Smith because of his evident disdain for the democratic responsibilities that come with power. He has little regard for due process. Bad Move, Mr Key.
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