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If he steps up as Parker did, then yes.
Doubt it, Americans are a very complain-ey people compared to New Zealanders (not to blow our collective trumpet or anything, but its true) so if anything I'd say a big storm would have the opposite effect on the American electorate.
Sorry, I didn't mean to say Americans. I just meant New Yorkers.
All I’ve know my entire life is a country that is bending over backwards to put things right, to make things better.-----Bending over backwards!? The equivalent to the entire quantum of settlements over 20 years can be given over by the Minister of Finance to pay off the greedy (mainly Pakeha South Island "investors") of South Canterbury Finance in the course of an afternoon... and yet Hosking reckons it's the Maori that are having the government - the whole country - bending over backwards for them? Absurdity, absurdity on roller blades.Hoskings comments are the sort of factless, delusional, racist justifications and excuses that ciculate within the Pakeha community (esp. via the media) at quite a velocity: reassuring and reinforcing the ignorance and prejudice that prevents a proper and full resolution to the Treaty question.
@ Tim; all very interesting, but unfortunately it has nothing whatsoever to do with the subject of the post; Hurricane Sandy and the US Presidential election!
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