Killer Queen strikes at Wishart

Helen Clark has gone too far. Download clarkdeathwish.mp3

[quote]PRESENTER: I wonder what would happen if Mr Wishart was burgled or assaulted, who would he be first on the phone to?

CLARK: Oh he would be bleating to the police, you know, the same people whose reputation he's trying to destroy.

PRESENTER: Well let's just hope the 111 lines are clogged.

CLARK: Might be death to him.

PRESENTER: Righty-oh, Helen Clark thanks for your time.

CLARK: Good on you.[/quote]

No Good on you Prime Minister, time to go. 


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