Walker, Malcolm, 1950-:'Omlette anyone?' 2 May 2011

Walker, Malcolm, 1950-:'Omlette anyone?' 2 May 2011
Former leader of the National Party Don Brash flicks a Humpty Dumpty off the wall; it smashes into an eggy mess and Brash invites 'omlette anyone?' (sp. 'omelette') Context - the Humpty Dumpty figure represents former ACT leader Rodney Hide who has just been ousted from the role by Don Brash who has taken over the leadership of the party. Published in the Dominion Post Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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