Clark doubts strength of Nats' support

Clark doubts strength of Nats' supportPrime Minister Helen Clark says she does not believe National's support is really as high as the polls suggest. TV One's Colmar Brunton poll last night had National on 53 per cent, up 1 percentage point from last month, and Labour… [NZ Politics]

Great news folks, the Bilious Bitch, Cadaverous Cow, Cancerous Cretin, Hollow Woman or whatever else you want to call Helen Clark is in complete denial and no that isn't a river in Northern Africa.

She just cannot believe the polls, her focus groups are clearly lying to her then.

Believe it witchy poo! Your time is almost at an end and we haven't even got started opposing the Electoral Finance Bill. 

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