"Believe me... It's easier where you are!" 26 June, 2004

"Believe me... It's easier where you are!" 26 June, 2004
Shows Helen Clark, the Prime Minister, and Don Brash, the leader of the National Party, stranded on rocks during high tide at the beach. Clark is balancing on two rocks 'PC' and 'Non PC', while Brash is sitting on one rock 'Orewa Speech' with a sand bucket and spade. Refers to the infamous Orewa Speech by Brash. Also refers to the balancing act of Clark trying to be politically correct. Published in The Press, 26 June 2004 Arrangement: This cartoon file was originally delivered to the library within a sub-folder called "QANTAS2004" Quantity: 1 digital image(s). Processing information: This cartoon file was donated to the library with no file extension. On recommendation of the Digital Archivist and with the consent of the donor, a ".jpg" file extension was added to this file in order to ensure it was readable and accessible.
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