"I thought Owen Glenn's comments were off the mark." "If only such nuclear bombs had to be accurate." 11 September, 2008
Shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark, as captain of a shipwrecked nineteenth century vessel called 'NZ First-Labour Coalition' which is resting on the sea floor and Labour Party president, Mike Williams as mate. Above them floats NZ Party leader, Winston Peters, upside down. Helen Clark and Mike Williams are discussing the accuracy of millionaire businessman, Owen Glenn's remarks in relation to donations he made to Winston Peters. Suggests that Owen Glenn's damning testimony before the Privileges Committee (regarding Winston Peters and Owen Glenn's dealings with Labour), were so explosive that it didn't have to be entirely accurate or on the mark to scuttle the Government's ship. (Cartoonist's comment)
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