Get your story straight John

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“New Zealand troops should be alongside their British and United States allies as they continue their invasion of Iraq” … “Blood is thicker than water… we have to look to the future, and that isn’t with some Franco-German coalition” (Rodney Times, 2003)

But then the flip-flop…

Iraq is “too far away” to have an opinion on (Media ‘standup’, 2007)

“We wouldn’t have sent troops to Iraq” (One News, 2007)

“…our position was, we always supported the… right to go to Iraq but our caucus didn’t support sending troops there” (Campbell Live, 2007)

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