Whose record is better?

Written By: - Date published: 11:19 am, October 31st, 2008 - 6 comments
Categories: activism, election 2008, greens, labour, national, youtube - Tags:

I found it weird that National’s attack ad is a series of newspaper headlines. Everyone knows newspaper headlines are sensationalist and everyone knows that things were much worse under National in the 1990s, as this new youtube vid illustrates:

Meanwhile, the upbeat jokers at 08wire have a positive reponse to the Nat attack ad:

6 comments on “Whose record is better?”

  1. Lampie 1

    Be good if this could be aired on TV

  2. Lampie 2

    Should have a myth buster as well, like benefit numbers and such

  3. Akldnut 3

    Why hasn’t this hit TV? We actually need to have something like this during peak hour plus the fact that its got a bit of humor about it!!!

  4. randal 4

    nothing is going to get on teevee while loathsome articles like gyoun epsinner have their grubby little hands on it
    time to get rid of him
    how did he get that job
    was it ever advertised
    I dont think so

  5. Lampie 5

    Who knows Randal

  6. Lampie 6

    “nothing is going to get on teevee while loathsome articles like gyoun epsinner ”

    What I want to know is why no one has asked Mr Key if he will confirm that if he becomes PM, will he still donate his salary to charity? And if so, why not now, if he hasn’t?

    Test of character? Says one thing……

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