Saturday, 18 February 2006

Labour propaganda that never was

Gen XY has a list of the Top Ten Taxpayer-Funded Labour Propaganda That Never Was. My favourites:
10.Pledge cards with discount coupons redeemable at The Mad Butcher, The Warehouse, KFC and Hubbard’s cereals.
8.Fridge magnets from George Hawkins informing victims of crime to scream in order to get a quick Police response.
Personally, I thought the idea of Labour MPs "fanning out across the country ... in a 'charm offensive'" was pretty offensive. I guess we did pay all their travel expenses, right? And weren't Judith et al simply charming?

LINKS: Top Ten Taxpayer-Funded Labout Propaganda That Never Was - Generation XY
Labour's harm offensive -
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