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Kiwi soldiers have whipped up a storm of social media criticism for Prime Minister John Key.
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7/09/2012 12:24:30 a.m.
@ Chris (24/08/2012 10:08:00 p.m.)
Man, when you National voters try to deflect, you grasp at any straws, don't you?!?!? WTF does Helen Clark have to do with John Key??? And what about the TAKING RESPONSIBILITY that you right wingers always demand of other people???
Key made his decision, no one else. You can blame others all you like, Chris, it just make your team look pathetic.
3/09/2012 4:24:13 p.m.
Yeah, Ole Gillard went straight home to her fallen soldiers when in Rarotoanga, She to knew what was more important to her her country when you take the PM job on your family is just about on the back bench just like every other working man out there who is away working from their families like these soldiers, a lot more respect to be seen from NZ PM if you want the job in the future matey !!, A baseball game in America, now the son of John Key will probably get all upset at NZ and try and follow in his fathers foot steps like BUsh did to america...hope not....revenge is bitter sweet...how can a boy not feel guilty about this one...good on you John, you really placed your family in the midst of more crap!! do you really want to take the PM job on again. You will feel Australia PM Sue Gillard, More scandles to come out of the wood work with the defence forces now claiming the machines are ancient compared to americans vehicles. Good luck if you want to sign up to the defence force, you may get to hop into a dinosaur or two. Come on Keys sharpen the act up will you for both maori and pakeha bro. Now the water is on hold where is the money gonna come from now that the sale is held up, aye Paula your plan is heading for disaster.
3/09/2012 2:23:01 p.m.
@MAC Chris always posts this PR national blurb. And we are the nation and have every right to voice our opinion on what we expect from our PM. Who are you to suggest otherwise.
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