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# 223904 23-Oct-2017 20:21
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In the vein of the Trump and Winston threads... where will Jacinda go with her tall poppy syndrome?
How will she ‘fix’ capitalism?
How can she aim to ‘cure’ child poverty? For e.g. my son makes only $10/week selling our chickens eggs... well below the bread line... how can she help?

Trains? What is the likelihood we’ll all have an OPTION to take a (reliable) train to work in the next 10 years?

Your thoughts?

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  # 1888706 24-Oct-2017 16:06
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A politician that hasn't followed through on a campaign promise?

 

Someone call guiness.........


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  # 2002929 26-Apr-2018 16:38
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Shane Jones worries me and is the weakest link in the coalition. The coalition would be well served by reviewing his suitability for a ministerial role.

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/103397718/shane-jones-call-for-more-ministerial-influence-worries-public-sector-union





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