Authorised for the Right…..

Written By: - Date published: 4:00 pm, October 12th, 2008 - 7 comments
Categories: election funding, humour - Tags: ,

Mike Smith - Authorised!

Mike Smith - Authorised!

From the campaign launch, I got this photo, and decided that I’d put it up for the skulkers complaining about the EFA. For some reason they were conspicuous by their absence (didn’t want to tangle with 1600+ activists?).

For the EFA fetishists, please note that Mike is authorising himself. I didn’t sneak around to get the address details. But hopefully this will allay the fears on the right that Mike Smith is truly authorised.

For the legalists, of course there is no need for his address details. This tee-shirt does not advocate for or against any party. However I intend to start wearing one specifically to annoy the skulkers.

If anyone wants to get authorised as well, then contact jenniferann.z@gmail.com (proceeds to North Shore Labour Youth).

[update: Added the crucial ‘not’. See what happens typing on a delicately poised laptop on top of the tee-shirts]

7 comments on “Authorised for the Right…..”

  1. jaymam 1

    Perhaps I’m the only person to attend both the Labour and National launches!
    Here’s the proof:
    http://i37.tinypic.com/2s0ybuu.jpg

  2. pmofnz 2

    Does it come in National blue?

  3. The Jester 3

    Wouldn’t it somewhat defeat the purpose of having an “Authorised by Mike Smith” in National Blue?

  4. pmofnz 4

    Nice one, Jester.

    I was thinking a modified statement to go with the colour change more along the lines of the Libz ‘As demanded by Helen Clark…’.

  5. The Jester 5

    Did the National Party also not agree to thre EFA Bill?

  6. Jasper 6

    Jester

    No, they agreed to the Aunty Smacking Bill.

    Fully opposed the EFA all the way.

  7. The Jester 7

    Ah of course they did, how silly of me….they wanted their fat walleted backers to continue pouring money into a losing campaign. How silly of me to forget that.

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