The Labour party and glass, um, housesby Toby Manhire
In which Labour mocks John Key for a stumbling response to a question.
A bit of a laugh, etc.
"More clear thinking from National," snorts the posting.
But as has been observed, when your own leader is routinely under fire for spluttering and unsteady responses to questions ("a stumbling, bumbling, incoherent wreck", sort of thing), these may not be the best variety of stones to be throwing.
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