Thu, 19 Jul 2012 8:10a.m.
The Maori Party's waited more than a week for their meeting with the Prime Minister and it ran an hour longer than expected - but the two sides made good use of that time
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22/07/2012 9:59:37 p.m.
@Joe. The foreign owners will make even more. Get used to it. You get what you voted for.
21/07/2012 11:42:19 p.m.
Get ready people of NZ. Maori radicals are going to demand 2% payment from every household and landowner in the country because it's their land you built on. Sounds stupid; well so did the ownership of water 6 months ago, and now thanks to a spineless, capitulating PM this has become reality. These maori radicals are now on the cusp of making billions from every hard working NZer in the country. And don't think for one minute it'll end there. God help New Zealand for we are in serious trouble.
21/07/2012 11:32:57 a.m.
I can imagine what is left of the Maori Party after the next election sitting around asking each other "what went wrong"? Well, I would suggest the above story explains it all. The Maori Party could have, and should have used this issue to re-establish their identity as an independent party however I think this choice is the beginning of the end for them.
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