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TREMAIN: Bespoke tailoring

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Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson
Sep 14, 2023

if Hipkins could prove he is NOT a liar he would without a doubt take both Tremain and Bassett, Brash and Hide to court - and win his case plus court costs!!


I would guess he would have half a million others to fight as well.

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liar liar, pants on fire, not much changes, once a liar always a liar.

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Andy Espersen
Andy Espersen
Sep 14, 2023

Remember : Cartoonists, as well as publishers who give them a platform where to publish their cartoons, are subjects to our libel laws. In other words, if Hipkins could prove he is NOT a liar he would without a doubt take both Tremain and Bassett, Brash and Hide to court - and win his case plus court costs!!


In yet other words, Hipkins tacitly admits HE IS A LIAR!

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Yeah that is such a logical argument

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
Sep 14, 2023

how about a moko for the chin just to top it off.....

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26azula
26azula
Sep 14, 2023
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HEHE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well put lynnnnnnsam112

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Pity that our ?representatives? in this Labour government are not as clever as Tremain. You know when Labour politicians are lying. Their lips are moving. Perhaps we would have more respect for Hipkins if he just admitted the failures of this government and stole a slogan from Avis. No-one with 2 connected neurons believes "In it for you". "We will try harder" might seduce some voters but it still won't happen. What we need is less government interference, waste and virtue signalling and more democracy, independence, freedom and personal responsibility so that we can be "in it" for ourselves, one another and New Zealand. The socialists that control Labour and the Greens want more and more of our freedom, independence and money so that they can RULE…

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basilwnz
basilwnz
Sep 14, 2023
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Nothing new to the ancients it seems, so why would we accept it now? Yet, here we are.

As an aside, I made the mistake of watching a bit of the news on our TV 1/3 a few minutes ago - Hipkins was shown enjoying a cuppa with a 90 yo supporter, all lovely, then they swung to Luxon and tried to make him sound like a fool regarding one (one only) aspect of the Nats tax proposals (foreign ownership of property).

Unbiased news cover? Not a chance.


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