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Prime Minister John Key has been caught on camera doing the 'Gangnam Style' dance.
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18/04/2013 3:01:40 p.m.
Aaahhh i wish i had more to say but as much as I love to see the prime minister take a break. We have a bigger prime minister who never takes a break. and we are discarding his laws. making smarmy in his face. I fear for our country and its future. God defend our free land. everyone needs to read our national anthem again. and thank God for keeping us the way that he has. We asked in our anthem for him too afterall. but where has our honor gone. people do what they may in their privacy. But our government, our laws, is the say for the land, the people, and Gods blessing.
5/01/2013 10:37:33 a.m.
Doesn't sound like you're thinking at all Tallica1? Kiwis aren't suddenly laying about the country in great numbers expecting the wealthy to fix their lives. And your stereotyping of the left just avoids the real issues in a pratty childish sort of way. Kiwis aren't jealous of Jonkey they're just pissed off with him and his govt,cos they're so inept and proving to be useless at solving any of the nation's woes. So it's typical of an out of touch PM to get his gangnam on in the midst of all the misery....Most kiwis want the opportunity to earn a living and a decent wage. They expect their govt to help structure an environment that creates jobs! Bottom line is where are the jobs Jonkey promised, when he wanted to get into power? Where are the jobs in NZ,not Aussie? Where are the jobs he said he'd see to? When you can come up with an answer that is serious and free of stereotyping, you'll start sounding a bit more real.....it amazes me, how people are quick to blame the least well off in this crisis when it was bankers like Jonkey who crashed the whole system to start with? Jonkey of the Jobs-failure is one of the he'll be remembered for....if he couldn't deliver the jobs he shouldn't have lied to get into power ay?
25/12/2012 4:42:49 p.m.
more interested in being hip than actually running the country
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