- The scene shows Don Brash, Leader of the National Party praying in a church. A priest notices who it is from behind and comments to a woman nearby that he didn't know that Don was religious. The woman replies that he is praying in every kind of church, temple, mosque or synagogue he can find. Refers to the close result of the election and Don Brash's hopes that he will pick up enough special votes to win. Other Titles - "He's praying in every church, temple, mosque, synagogue he can find until special votes are decided." Extended Title - religious Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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