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Poster wars get personal at ANU

By johnboy - 24 September 2008 31

Someone calling themselves “ACT Chaiser” (with the email addy “act.chaiser@gmail.com”) is very excited by these photos they’ve sent in:

    hi guys

    These where taken at the ANU yesterday, looks like Norvan is retaliating to Barr’s dirt campaign on him

    Cheers

    ACT Chaiser

I can’t say I’d noticed the great Barr-Vogt spat until now. It is however, nice to see that Norvan’s finally got a decent publicity photo displaying a full set of chromosomes.

(Slideshow below for those seeking a feeling of completeness)

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31 Responses to
Poster wars get personal at ANU
tylersmayhem 1:21 pm 24 Sep 08

Man I’m bored of this political advertising. None of it impresses me, and I will not be voting for any of the tools who have their non-solicited junk put in my mailbox – on principal. I wonder if any of these idiots have “environmental issues” as part of their campaign.

I have No Junk Mail on my mailbox – yet they choose to dump their s**t in my mailbox.

Granny 1:18 pm 24 Sep 08

I personally think that controlling Norvan would be like trying to control a herd of wild elephants. At the end of the day, Norvan will always be Norvan I suspect.

Loose Brown 12:51 pm 24 Sep 08

Norvan Vogt and Mark Parton on a stick! Held by Jim Murphy and the Canberra Business Club!

Granny 12:34 pm 24 Sep 08

This is so delightfully wicked!

*chuckle*

Go, Norvan!!

OliverCromwell 12:32 pm 24 Sep 08

The way Andrew Barr and his groupies bleat “progressive! progressive!” as if uni students are rats being drawn to the pied piper is insulting to our intelligence.

Not that it isn’t a bit of a waste of time to be blanketing ANU with posters anyway, quite likely over half of the students at ANU are either registered to vote outside of the ACT or not Australian citizens in the first place. That goes for Norvan too.
Better off shaking hands and kissing babies in shopping centers.

Roma 12:21 pm 24 Sep 08

Agreed Holden. Thats exactly what I thought at first.

Roma 12:20 pm 24 Sep 08

lol @ people still using the term ‘fat cat’. Sorry, whenever someone uses that term I imagine they are grey hair bitter socialists.

Holden Caulfield 12:18 pm 24 Sep 08

Norvan needs to make his posters bigger.

Based on the photos above, a quick passer by would probably think Norvan is “Modern. Responsible. Progressive. Labor for Molongolo.”

Loose Brown 12:13 pm 24 Sep 08

Pfffft!! Sell out Norvan’s poster proudly printed by the Canberra business fat cat Jim Murphy society.

Why back one party when you can back two?!? A few bucks here for posters and they owe you their whole career!

Thumper 12:10 pm 24 Sep 08

yeah, I know.

yeah, I know.

Mr Evil 12:05 pm 24 Sep 08

That’s twice you don’t have a problem with it! 😉

Thumper 10:15 am 24 Sep 08

Speaking of posters, and Gungahlin Al will not like this, but Mary Porter has picked up from where the Libs left off and now has posters lining Ginninderra drive.

I don’t have a problem with it.

Thumper 10:14 am 24 Sep 08

Speaking of posters, and Gungahlin Al will not like this, but Mary Porter has picked up from where the Libs left off and now has posters lining Ginninderra drive.

I don’t have a problem with it.

farq 9:52 am 24 Sep 08

Not as bad as what some kid did to a couple of Barr’s posters in Woden.

jakez 9:47 am 24 Sep 08

Fight the power Norvan.

Considering Barr bankrolls the Labor Right ticket every year, and considering that those people rip down and paste over other tickets posters, I consider this an EXTREMELY ROUNDABOUT way of karma coming back to him.

What are Norvan and Barr fighting over? I’ve never heard of this spat either.

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