Little and Labour’s fresh approach

Andrew Little with Labour’s first campaign advertisement.

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11 Comments

  1. Corky

     /  July 17, 2017

    Andy is probably a nice guy. But he’s no politician. Do the right thing, Andy. That fresh approach had my eyes glazing over. I woke up in my pea soup.

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    • Gezza

       /  July 17, 2017

      Pea soup !? Have you lost ya bloody dentures again ❓😕

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      • Corky

         /  July 17, 2017

        No, just the will to live after watching. Andy.

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        • Gezza

           /  July 17, 2017

          Jesus. Ya not the suicidal type. Righto. I’ll have a shufti when I’ve seen what’s in the last segment of 1ewes at 6 on +1. Give ya my unbiased opinion.

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          • Gezza

             /  July 17, 2017

            That’s not too bad Corks. You’re livin the life of Reilly, on the pig’s back, like. That might appeal to the punters who’re not. Short, focussed, key messages / good scenes. Could maybe lose the skinny chick with the teeth. Seemed a bit redundant, but could be a lot worse mate. I’m emotionally strong enuff to handle that ad & carry on enjoying life. 👍

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  2. Geoffrey

     /  July 17, 2017

    Simple, succinct, relevant. Good add.

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  3. Oh dear a fresh approach that’s like a month old fruit bowl.

    Tragic advertising. I am being sincere when I say it’s quite sad. Almost as if his agency is trying to bring them down.

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    • Gezza

       /  July 18, 2017

      Righto.

      Deconstruct it for me. Who’s it targeted at? What’s right with it? What’s wrong with it – why won’t it work?

      Numbered points please.

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  4. Missy

     /  July 18, 2017

    Wow, a fresh approach, such an innovative and original slogan, not like another political party is using the same slogan….

    https://www.walabor.org.au

    oops…. except the West Australian Labor Party that is.

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    • Missy

       /  July 18, 2017

      hmmmm… I thought the link from twitter would go to their profile showing the image they have as the banner, but it didn’t. oops…

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  5. Missy

     /  July 18, 2017

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