Live: Helen Clark launches Labour campaign

Written By: - Date published: 2:06 pm, October 12th, 2008 - 9 comments
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9 comments on “Live: Helen Clark launches Labour campaign”

  1. Felix 1

    Elemeno P. This must be how national supporters feel when Farrar and Slater carry the flag for them.

  2. Pascal's bookie 2

    kewl. ta.

  3. Monty 3

    lets see where all here suporters are in 4 weeks after Labourt has suffered a masive defeat.

    National will win the election with close to an absolute majority. Then the biggest challenge awaits – righting (pun intended) the economy after 9 years of wasted opportunities and dealing with a massive recession the likes of which NZ has not seen since 1987.

    On the back-drop of a failing economy there is no way Labour can win this election.

  4. Pascal's bookie 4

    Bit late in life to be experimenting with mescaline isn’t it Monty?

  5. forgetaboutthelastone 5

    monty ay – ‘e’s dreeeeeeeeamin’!

  6. Joel 6

    Off in Lala Land Monty seems to have forgotten the 90’s.

  7. Daveo 7

    Monty hasn’t forgotten the 90s, he’s still living in them.

  8. the sprout 8

    Good work ensuring a few more votes for NZ First Matty!

    What with opponents like you and the SFO clearing them, Winston will be well over the 5% easy.

    It looks like Key’s ‘Gambling Man’ style might turn out a little problematic.

  9. the sprout 9

    oops wrong thread sorry

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