Shows a lion representing voters threatening two Roman slaves in the underground area of a Roman amphitheatre, possibly the Colosseum. Scattered on the ground are bones and sculls. One of the two slaves, Peter Dunne, Leader of United Future tries to take the lion's attention off himself by saying that the second slave who is Gordon Copeland is a Christian. Refers to Peter Dunne's rebranding of United Future as a political Party, not a church. Dunne believes membership of the party went down after the alliance in 2002 between the Christian party, Future New Zealand, whose leader was Gordon Copeland and Peter Dunne's United Party.
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