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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.

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teepee 7:12 pm 24 Sep 08

Why can’t people spell out what they mean?

“Andrew Barr

“Modern” (shacked up with another lad?)
“Responsible” (shut 23 schools as the price for accepting a Ministry?)
“Progressive” (yet another pitch for the jellybabies vote? – eg: “I’m Right but not thaaat right”)

Thumper 6:55 pm 24 Sep 08

I guess they’ve been passified?

tom-tom 6:15 pm 24 Sep 08

i call shenanigans!

a.) i dont’t believe this ACT chaser persons claims of a dirt campaign because it simply doesn’t make sense for a high profile candidate from a major party to give someone like norvan’s campaign oxygen in this way. seriously norvan had been disappearing off into the ether before this…. why would barr launch a dirt campaign on him? i don’t believe this and will continue not to unless the ACT Chaser can put some evidence up here.

b.) both of the candidates are now (from about midday) being throughly out postered by Passy’s trotskyite thingy.

LG 4:43 pm 24 Sep 08

Loose Brown said :

And not a candidate who will change his political party according to the direction of the electoral wind, while accepting cash from the lobbyists. To me that speaks of power as an end, not the means. And they will need to be paid back.

There is no ACT Democrats (there is barely a national Democrat party) so I can’t see why’d you’d think poorly of anyone getting off that sunk ship…

Loose Brown 3:52 pm 24 Sep 08

No, you are right. Should have read – being bankrolled by the Canberra Business Club.

jakez 3:44 pm 24 Sep 08

Loose Brown said :

while being bankrolled by the Libs.

While Jim Murphy is a former member of the Liberal Party, it’s dishonest to suggest that Parton is being bankrolled by the Libs.

Loose Brown 3:14 pm 24 Sep 08

No – nothing as exciting. I don’t even have a sandpit!

(cue music)

What I would like is to see is a candidate with personal beliefs that they hold dear.
A candidate with a strong set of morals and who will speak out and express them.
A candidate who wants to improve the lives of their fellow citizens. A candidate that can be trusted to fight the good fight on our behalf.

(end music)

Not an ex-radio DJ desperate to trade his fast-fading celebrity into a public life on the pretence of being ‘independent’ while being bankrolled by the Libs.

And not a candidate who will change his political party according to the direction of the electoral wind, while accepting cash from the lobbyists. To me that speaks of power as an end, not the means. And they will need to be paid back.

Holden Caulfield 3:06 pm 24 Sep 08

I agree with the frustration of “No Junk Mail” homes still receiving political propaganda, but in their defence, as much as it pains me to say it, political parties are legally able to distribute unsolicited mail.

Mr Evil 2:25 pm 24 Sep 08

johnboy said :

LB, did Norvan put his legover your girl or kill your dog?

Or maybe his cat pooed in his sandpit!

Granny 2:18 pm 24 Sep 08

Definitely sounds like a happening ‘party’ … *chuckle*

johnboy 2:18 pm 24 Sep 08

LB, did Norvan put his legover your girl or kill your dog?

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