Behind the veneer

Written By: - Date published: 3:53 pm, August 29th, 2007 - 1 comment
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Russell Brown writes in Hard News:

“It was always odds-on that Judith Collins MP would top her previous efforts at public nastiness – and already, she’s come though for the punters. 3 News ran a story on Friday night claiming controversy over the hiring of “prominent drag queen” Buckwheat, aka Edward Cowley, as a motivational speaker for Pacific Island staff by the Ministry of Social development.

The story had been provided to 3 News by Collins, who smirkingly declared that…”

As usual, it’s a good read. Here’s the full post.

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