Where’s Kate? Wanted for media avoidance…

Written By: - Date published: 5:46 pm, July 30th, 2010 - 10 comments
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While there are some ministers who are pretty scared of fronting up for their portfolios, Kate Wilkinson is one of the worst.

There is also this little gem about a Minister that is happy to be anywhere that Sean Plunket isn’t. I guess this image will get a lot of use. Anyone got a good caption?

Look - its a johnkey

From the pages of William Joyce

10 comments on “Where’s Kate? Wanted for media avoidance…”

  1. eye saw 1

    She was on the brakes all the way and now she’s run off calling “me” a one trick pony.

  2. IrishBill 2

    Haven’t seen much of Paula lately either.

    • lprent 2.1

      Maybe I should put up that post about her that I had to can a few months back…

      There are actually quite a few missing in action ministers

    • ghostwhowalksnz 2.2

      Isnt she on a ‘sabbatical’, or a high class finishing school like all westies go to

      • Craig Glen Eden 2.2.1

        Pauls not a Westie Ghost, so stop being so offensive for F..K Shake!

        Calling Paula a Westie is liking calling a Socialist a Tory, brings tears to Westie Socialists eyes. Lol

        Ps your forgiven I know you didn’t mean it.

  3. eye saw 3

    She (bennett)was in parliament yesterday.

  4. I heard she was having a birthday party somewhere…

  5. Anyone got a good caption?

    …pucker up and kiss my ass

  6. Rharn 6

    Help. Will someone please change my nappies

  7. Please Sir, I am weely weely scared … I might just pee in my pants if I am made to talk in front of the class. Waaaaaaaaah

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