Murdoch on Key slash Hosking

Written By: - Date published: 8:54 am, August 19th, 2015 - 15 comments
Categories: cartoons, john key, journalism - Tags: , ,

Sharon Murdoch (@domesticanimal):


15 comments on “Murdoch on Key slash Hosking”

  1. Dorothy B 1

    A picture is worth a thousand words.

  2. dukeofurl 2

    #cheekby jowl

  3. mac1 3

    “Heaven, I’m in Heaven,
    And the cares that hang around me thro’ the week
    Seem to vanish like a gambler’s lucky streak
    When we’re out together swinging, cheek to cheek.”

    Frank Sinatra

  4. Tel 4

    So is this where Key got the name for his cat from?

  5. Wensleydale 5

    Someone needs to replace the Hosking billboard on the Southern Motorway with this cartoon. Immediately.

    • Draco T Bastard 5.1

      Quick, someone develop a super-highspeed (100Km/h+), super-distance (100m or better) ink jet printer. Must be able to fit on a truck but a ute or trailer would be better.

      • Wensleydale 5.1.1

        I commend your enthusiasm. It’s all about innovation. Just ask Steven Joyce. Actually, no, don’t. He’ll just tell you a bunch of lies and then spend the next half hour smirking.

  6. NZJester 6

    I think people have the relationship all wrong. His head is not up the PM’s rear end.

    It is the PM that has a part of his body inserted in Mike.

    That part is his hand inserted deep into Mike’s rear orifice as lets face it he is just Key’s puppet and that is where a puppeteer puts his hand!

  7. Clemgeopin 7

    LOL! Great cartoon.

    “My Gosh! It is so bright back here, I can’t see a thing!…And smells like roses too!”

    Wish Paul Henry was shown there too!…Oh, wait! May be he has crawled right inside and disappeared already!”

    • greywarshark 7.1

      A great design for a bouncy chamber of horrors with lots of crawl holes. Perhaps a wormhole into space!

  8. thatguynz 8

    Now THAT is the reality of “trickle down economics” 🙂

  9. Smilin 9

    I suppose KEY needs any support he can get even if it all turns to shyte inevitably

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