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- Otago Region · Queenstown · Wanaka · Judith Collins · Bible Belt

WHAT a lovely photo in to­day’s Otago Daily Times of our Na­tional leader Judith Collins kneel­ing down at a lo­cal church and qui­etly pray­ing to the Lord (ODT, 5.10.20). I do hope Crusher went to con­fes­sion first.

K. Hale St Kilda

THE pis­tol­pack­ing and God­fear­ing images of Na­tional’s leader, Judith Collins, alarm­ingly, are straight out of the moral com­pass of the Amer­i­can Bi­ble Belt.

R. Ho­gan Waik­ouaiti

IF, as Mike Houla­han sug­gests (ODT, 10.10.20), Judith Collins’ cam­paign should fo­cus more on punch than process, would it then be called the Punchin’ Judy Show?

Max Reid Morn­ing­ton

WITH re­gard to Judith’s shame­less Trumpesque photo op chat­ting with God; did the pho­tog­ra­pher ‘‘ac­ci­den­tally’’ leave their voice recorder run­ning and may we have a copy of the tran­script please?

Peter Clarke Queen­stown

EU­THANA­SIA: it’s a co­nun­drum. I know my doc­tor is pas­sion­ately op­posed and any­way I couldn’t in all con­science ask him to as­sist me to die. But then any doc­tor who would, I wouldn’t let any­where near me. Now I won­der if he would pre­scribe me Phar­ma­c­sub­sidised mar­i­juana for a pain inmy...

Rex Alexan­der Dal­more

YOU know what? I don’t know what Na­tional’s poli­cies are, be­cause all I ever hear is Judith Collins talk­ing about the op­po­si­tion!

Mark Ha­dida Wanaka

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