'Polls say Labour heading for big defeat'. "Mugabe uses armed thugs to trample over democracy and hold onto power..." "Hmm?.." "No, Helen. Don't even think about it...." 25 June, 2008
- Shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark, sitting with a tray of tea things on a couch in the evening. The newspaper she is reading says that the polls indicate a big defeat for Labour in the coming election. The television news is reporting that Mugabe is using armed thugs to trample over democracy and hold onto power..." The Prime Minister hears this news and fleetingly considers the possibility of following suit. Behind her, Deputy PM, Michael Cullen, who is ironing a shirt, appreciates what she is thinking and firmly tells her not to even think about it. Refers to President Mugabe's reign of terror in Zimbabwe and the bad poll results for Labour. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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