Classic Moreu

Written By: - Date published: 2:30 pm, August 31st, 2009 - 4 comments
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4 comments on “Classic Moreu”

  1. roger nome 1

    heh – really how naive do the Nats think people are? Have C and T stopped doing their focus group work or something?

  2. Ron 2

    Well I guess the NACTS know they can get away with it becaue their getting away with everything else.

  3. Mac1 3

    To paraphrase the gladiators’ salutation, “Moreu, te salutamus”.

  4. Zorr 4

    I think this is one thing that the NACTs won’t get away with in much the same way they quickly found out they wouldn’t get away with even remotely considering the possibility that maybe we would repeal our anti-nuclear policy.

    As NZers we tend to be quite tied to the idea of the fact that we are “clean and green” no matter how incorrectly that describes the current status of NZs ecological reality. However, as a whole, we generally start sitting up and taking notice when someone starts threatening our most valuable assets with a giant stinking proposal like this. They should have started smaller… we probably wouldn’t have noticed then.

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