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Cullen on track for top job

Michael Cullen is being tipped for a six-figure salary as chairman of one of the country's top state-owned enterprises.

How about instead we pay him $5,456.50 a year (six digits with a free decimal place) to run Kiwi Rail?

It seems the right thing to do.

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  1. This is beyond the pale, lets hope members of the govt are scanning the immediate response on the net to this disgrace.

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  2. What BB said.
    To give this man a job after all he's done to wreck NZ is to collude with evil.
    The man is a thief, a liar and an unprincipled socialist whore. (did I just repeat myself?)
    This will cost Key a lot of support if it happens, and deservedly so. He's sending a clear message that Labour's ethical standards are also National's.

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  3. I think he's just bombed out on teh Treaty Negotiators job and is now trying to inveigle his way into some other lucrative post.

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  4. Not just John ensuring there is a life, 'in the manner to which we have become accustomed,' after politics for himself and his generals??

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  5. Lucky no-one mentioned the super scheme Cullen is 'entitled' to.

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