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6:53 pm, March 5th, 2008 - 22 comments
Categories: election 2008, john key, slippery - Tags: election 2008, gerry brownlee, iraq, john key, micheal cullen, phil goff, slippery
In this afternoon’s debate Gerry Brownlee tried to have the word “slippery” ruled unparliamentary in relation to John Key. Proof, if any were needed, that Cullen had hit a nerve perhaps?
Also interesting to see John Key leading off General Debate in the House – the Nats have done this before when Key’s been in trouble – the last time may have been the privatisation of schools and asset sales debacle, before that it was the “we would(n’t?) have sent troops to Iraq” episode.
True to formula Key even led off in much the same way as on past occasions – with a flat-footed attack on Phil Goff.