Fresh ideas

Written By: - Date published: 2:34 pm, November 4th, 2008 - 10 comments
Categories: activism, election 2008, john key, youtube - Tags:

Part 3 in the CTU’s series of election vids. The best yet

You can see the other two here

10 comments on “Fresh ideas”

  1. Ianmac 1

    Great Vid. Where else does it get an airing?

  2. I guess they send it round their members and to the media…. um, when I say members, the CTU’s members are unions, who themselves are comprised of workers. I think it’s about 350,000 people all up but depends on the unions actuay sending the emails, people opening them, passing them on etc. no substitute for TV.

  3. bobo 3

    Shame its not on TV is a nice series 🙂

  4. John Stevens 4

    Don’t you guys get it yet, attacking Key is a big turn-off, esp. when there are no fresh ideas from Labour. The H-fee has cost Labour power and you still attack Key. May have worked in 2005 with Dr. Don, but not in 2008.

    Smear the policy, not the man.

  5. vidiot 5

    ZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Still waiting for something decent to bang on the Labour drums, Where’s the policy ? Where’s the initiative ? Where’s the Vision ?

    Next week the question will be, Where’ did that Labour vote go to ?

  6. randal 6

    “they” would rather have epsinner oozing out of the screen or cheesy dallow rather than anything with substance
    if “they” do have anything with substance it just shows up the rest of the shallow infantile crap and even in their pinhead postmodern solipsistic fantasy world “they” know its true

  7. They are attacks on policy and competence.

    John Stevens. The H-Fee? That dodgy thing with Key and money and something?

  8. Ianmac 8

    Vidiot said:”ZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    Still waiting for something decent to bang on the Labour drums, Where’s the policy ? Where’s the initiative ? Where’s the Vision?”

    Well said Vidiot! I have been looking for some of that for weeks and thought that TV 3 last night would be it! But no such luck. A let down. John was a real let down – again! Surely John has got something somewhere? He sounded really fired up in the video. Perhaps he would let strip on what he really thinks. About abortion, civil unions or even a passionate hint about saving us from the Economic meltdown. Oh well.

  9. Impaired Young Person 9

    Hilarious, regardless where you sit on the political fence. Is this the final?

  10. Ari 10

    Next week the question will be, Where’ did that Labour vote go to ?

    I’m hoping to be feeling rather smug over at G.Blog when you ask that question. 😀

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