"Hook Me! I'm tasty" 17 May, 2004.

"Hook Me! I'm tasty" 17 May, 2004.
Shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark and leader of the opposition, Don Brash as large fish deep in the ocean, at loggerheads as they fight for 'votes' which are hooks dangling above them. At one side is Winston Peters, leader of New Zealand First and at the other is Jeanette Fitzsimons, co-leader of the Greens with a bubble above her saying 'Hook, me! I'm tasty'. Refers to the struggle for votes in the lead up to the 2004 election. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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