The Don and Gerry show. "Perhaps we should defer the 'Looking cool' campaign until the summer." 21 July, 2006.
- Shows Leader of the National Party, Don Brash, and his deputy, Gerry Brownlee, sitting side by side in the House, naked above the waist. They are trying to look 'cool' but it is the middle of winter and Gerry Brownlee wonders if they should have waited until the summer to start the campaign. Refers to the National Party's efforts to achieve an image that will appeal to younger voters. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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