National announces free house for everyone!

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Must prove you voted National in Election 2017



16 comments on “National announces free house for everyone!”

  1. r0b 1

    Welcome back! Good post.

  2. Macro 2

    I’d vote for that!

  3. Bill 3

    Won’t it be a bit cramped?

  4. weka 4

    Go Tracey!!

  5. alwyn 5

    Damn it. National have stolen another Green Party policy.

  6. adam 6

    The elects are not going to support socialism if they can help it. We need to make them support it, by any nonviolent means necessary.

  7. If it comes from National it’ll be a doghouse.

    Always look at the fine print.

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    im looking over my dead dog rover▶ 2:25

  8. ianmac 8

    Can I have another house in my cat’s name. My cat is Paula.

  9. John 9

    Free houses for all says National. Only flaw to this policy is that sections are a million bucks each.

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