Sat, 16 Jun 2012 3:29p.m.
Prime Minister John Key says he expects the Government's poll rating to slip more in the next six months.
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12/07/2012 12:12:28 p.m.
End of the dsy everybody has got it wrong.This country,as small as it is needs to become more like Switzerland and put it to the peoples vote on major issues,,,such as asset sales,ACC,Earthquake commisson,over seas investments and of course the most important sallerys and youth based employment groups. We need to be as 1 country and its not just for the millions left in Nz but also for the millions world wide waiting to come home to that country we all grew up in and loved 20 years ago...I say Put it to the people!
2/07/2012 5:09:30 p.m.
Who said he could sell State owned assetts?
Doesn't he work in our best interest as citizens?
Or do we work for him?
18/06/2012 12:55:19 a.m.
John M wrote:
So Key expects to lose popularity because most people don't agree with the asset sales but still intends to go ahead with them? Guess we can't say he's out of touch with the electorate.
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