"I say no to public funding of political parties. It should all be very very private." 16 August, 2006
- Shows Leader of the National Party, Don Brash standing in a pulpit 'Supplied by Exclusive Brethren' delivering a speech in which he decries public funding of political parties and declares that it should be very very private. Refers to the Auditor General's findings that almost all political parties but mainly Labour have unlawfully used public funds in their election campaigns. The Exclusive Brethren, as well as running a dirt campaign against Labour, gave a large amount of money to National. The parties were all required to refund the unlawful funds. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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