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What should ACT’s new name be?

Written By: - Date published: 3:29 pm, August 13th, 2018 - 42 comments
Categories: act, david seymour, don brash, Media, the praiseworthy and the pitiful - Tags:

ACT is doing a rebrand.

Here at the Standard we thought we should provide a fraternal helping hand and provide suggestions for what their new name should be.

Please keep your suggestions pithy and err on this side of the law of defamation.

 

42 comments on “What should ACT’s new name be? ”

  1. Clive Macann 1

    SACT

  2. Puckish Rogue 2

    Labour 2.0

  3. Hanswurst 3

    Fraternity of Accountants, Randians and Tax Shirkers.

    • Anne 3.1

      lols lols.

      Chocolate Fish for anyone who can top that one.

    • Dennis Frank 3.2

      FARTS? If Judith Collins gives up on the Nats & joins Seymour, then defeats him for the leadership, I’ll still go for Center Right Alternative Party (CRAP). Branding psychology (must signal essence of product to consumer).

  4. ianmac 4

    TACT or TACKY.

  5. adam 6

    Stock
    Congress
    Unilateral
    Meal ticket

    Or….

    for short.

  6. Stuart Munro 7

    ACT is good – Advocacy for Corporate Taxevaders.

  7. Brian 8

    REDACT

  8. jimekus 9

    FRACT

  9. AB 10

    Psychopathic Idiots Supporting Social Darwinism (PISSD)

    • Fatlador 10.1

      I like that except ‘Idiots’ is plural and there’s usually only one of them.

      • greywarshark 10.1.1

        Drain cleaner supreme – ACTO plus added ID ~ ACTOID ~ here to strip away all the old clinging illusions and principles.

        New version of PISSD – with phosphorescent comet-like tail of extra idiots all at sea: PISSEIDON

  10. AB 11

    Randian Superheroes Obviously Losing Support (RSOLS)
    Tie-wearing Robots Unsuccessfully Mimicking People (TRUMP)
    Triumphant Ubermenschen Rubbishing Democracy (TURD)

  11. Carolyn_Nth 12

    The NZC Party – National Zombie Clingons

  12. greywarshark 13

    The Last of the Munnikins

  13. Fireblade 14

    Capitalists Unite for No Tax Society

  14. marty mars 15

    ACTshun

  15. greywarshark 16

    Denizens Ingratiating to Capitalist Kommando Supremos.

  16. Doogs 17

    Here’s mine . . . .

    Hateful
    Arseholes
    Espousing
    Muddled
    Outdated
    Reactionary
    Right wing
    Hocus pocus
    Otherwise
    Indicating
    Dickheaded
    Scumminess

    Do I get the chocolate fish?

    • Anne 17.1

      Hang on…. let’s get a bit of paper… haemorrhoids. Hang on… let’s get a dictionary… piles. Oh yeah that’s very good. We’ll have to call a conference in the back-end about this one. Result will be posted in due course.

  17. mosa 18

    W.C.C.P

    White collar criminals party.

  18. Stuart Munro 19

    ACT2 – the Seyquel.

  19. Fireblade 20

    One NZ

    It’s the obvious choice: Representing the top 1%, Party Vote 1%, one MP and one coalition partner.

  20. mac1 21

    Visioning Alternate Politics In Democracy. This visionary party, VAPID, will be led by Mr Seymour. Its motto “See More, Get Less”.

  21. psych nurse 22

    Fuckt

  22. KJT 23

    National Socialist party.
    Though I think it may have been taken already?

  23. KJT 24

    Wannabee Party. (WPee party).

  24. Ed 25

    Treacheous
    Randian
    Anti democratic
    Individualistic
    Toadish
    Odious
    Repulsive
    Selfish

    Or for short….

  25. Here’s one I had ages back,…. JOKE.

    Acronym for :

    Jumble of Outdated Kleptomaniac Enthusiasts.

  26. SPC 27

    ATME

    At The Most Epsom

  27. veutoviper 28

    I am pretty sure that Winston Peters just called ACT “the Oblivion Party” in Question Time under Q 8. LOL.

  28. Michelle 29

    Never mind a new name how about a new party. Hopefully act will be gone after the next election.

  29. Lettuce 30

    ‘Arseholes, Cunts & Tax-dodgers’

    Why fix it if it ain’t broke?

  30. AsleepWhileWalking 31

    SMEGHEADS

  31. Incognito 32

    Teaparty of Epsom (TOE)

    Taxpayers of Remuera Party Officially Registered (TORPOR)

    The Official Secret Society of Epsom & Remuera (TOSSER)

    DWTS

    The Dead Politicians Society

  32. Jenny 33

    No representation for minorities except for rich white people like us party

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