Lockwood Smith, man of the people

Written By: - Date published: 4:50 pm, September 12th, 2007 - 9 comments
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Captions welcome.

Via nznationalparty on flickr

9 comments on “Lockwood Smith, man of the people”

  1. Benodic 1

    “Just a pinot gris for me, mate”

  2. “Vote National and you can be governed by Chardonnay conservatives instead of Chardonnay socialists. What you prefer beer? I’m afraid there’s no party in Parliament for you guys”.

    A great photo, but hey – this one’s even better, especially for captions:
    Stanmore Bay Primary School Kapa Haka group

    Bryce
    http://www.liberation.org.nz

  3. all_your_base 3

    “Who invited that joker?”

  4. Policy Parrot 4

    “Its Dr. the Honourable Lockwood Smith, damn it.”

    “Thats how we distinguish a man of my breeding such as my good self from the other riff-raff doctors in my own caucus.”

    “Please say it right, I’m pretty sure thats how its said…”

  5. r0b 5

    “Spot the Looney…”

  6. John 6

    Didn’t realise Silverdale had a gay bar.

  7. principessa 7

    Thanks Dad, this will look great on my website.

  8. “Working Class Hero”

  9. Conor Roberts 9

    “Oh sorry, I thought you said you wanted to see me in stubbies, not see me right with a stubby. I’ll put these pants back on.”

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