"Don't look down..." "Don't look up..." 19 September, 2005.

"Don't look down..." "Don't look up..." 19 September, 2005.
The leader of the National Party, Don Brash and Prime Minister, Helen Clark, appear to have fallen over a cliff. Don Brash is desperately hanging onto the feet of the Prime Minister who, in turn, is clutching a small tree whose roots are being wrenched out of the cliff-face. Helen Clark shouts 'Don't look down' in an attempt to maintain spirits and Don Brash shouts 'Don't look up' because Helen Clark is rather uncharacteristically wearing a skirt. Refers to the way both are hanging by a thread to the possibility of being the new government after the election. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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