Keep calm and vote MMP

Written By: - Date published: 9:12 am, November 6th, 2011 - 17 comments
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Campaign for MMP has recently started selling T-shirts as part of their campaign fundraising.

Their “Keep Calm and Vote MMP” T-shirts are a very reasonably priced $40 and come in a stylish black.

They get some funds, you get a cool T-shirt, anyone who sees you wearing it gets reminded they need to vote MMP. It’s win win win!

Orders can be placed here.

17 comments on “Keep calm and vote MMP”

  1. Jimmie 1

    Reasonably Priced? You gotta be joking for a cheap print ‘T’shirt?

    I mean seriously where would you wear a shirt like this – to a pub? To ya local fish n chip shop?

    How about walking through ya local mall or at the beach.

    I think they would do better sticking to bumper stickers.

    • IrishBill 1.1

      It’s a fund-raising T-shirt you dick. And the whole point is to wear it around. You should buy one for your missus – it’ll make a change from her “I’m with stupid” t-shirt.

      • fender 1.1.1

        ha ha well said Bill. If I thought they knew how to dress themselves I’d buy one for Ruth Richardson and all the other ex Nats dribbling lately about how they support a return to FPP.

  2. Bob 2

    I would wear one going out for a meal at Peter Shirtcliffs’ house ….

    • M 2.1

      Fantastic Bob, LOL.

      I cannot afford the T shirt but when I had a look at getting a badge I had a message saying the site was not safe so I might get in touch with one of the organisers and get one that way.

      • lprent 2.1.1

        They are using a self published certificate. All browsers will complain. Bit silly putting one on site. M has the usual reaction.

        • Ari 2.1.1.1

          I always found it hilarious that people get told it’s more insecure to use your website when you self-publish a certificate than when you don’t have one at all. 🙂

  3. Lanthanide 3

    With the implication that if you vote for anything other than MMP, you must be some sort of crazed lunatic…

  4. Some guidance about sizes would help. Trying to buy one for Lyn. Oh well get one for myself…

    • She’d probably be about the same size as me? I got a women’s medium and it is a good fit, not tight. The quality is great actually, one of the best quality t-shirts I own I reckon!

  5. infused 5

    Tell them to invest in a $40 godaddy ssl. Seriously.

  6. jaymam 6

    The website http://www.keepmmp.org.nz is unreadable and completely useless, so I can’t help or buy anything. They should get someone to make a straightforward plain html site.

  7. Leopold 7

    Which reminds me – The FPP mob have been very quiet with their propaganda, compared with last time – no money, or have they given up, or is just my corner of NZ?

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