John Key’s global humiliation

Written By: - Date published: 12:51 pm, October 4th, 2007 - 1 comment
Categories: iraq, john key - Tags: ,

Too late – John’s humiliation is now global.

Here’s the UK Guardian’s blog.

“New Zealand’s opposition leader, John Key, the head of the centre right National Party, has an interesting take on the Iraq war, one perhaps not seen since George Bush stood on the USS Abraham Lincoln with a Mission Accomplished banner behind him.

Asked why he had not mentioned Iraq in his party’s foreign affairs document he told Radio New Zealand that “frankly the war in Iraq is over”.

One comment on “John Key’s global humiliation”

  1. Daveo 1

    Our very own George W Bush?

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