Another reason to look forward to September 7

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46 Responses to Another reason to look forward to September 7

  1. Lysander Spooner says:

    Can we have a worded description for the visually impaired (cos we’re at work)

  2. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “Can we have a worded description …”

    “Give yourself an uppercut” comes to mind, Lysander.

    I can guarantee that when you do see it you’ll laugh ’til you stop – it’s fabulous.

  3. Rabz says:

    Thank goodness I no longer live in Albansleazeyville – the screeching from lobotomised lefties the morning of September 8 will be louder than the frigging planes.

  4. A Lurker says:

    I was utterly disappointed by that ad.

    I had hoped to see their heads collectively explode at the end.

  5. Andore Jr. says:

    Help me – I woke up a stinking rabid filthy scumbag hippy!

  6. H B Bear says:

    Haven’t seen any thoughts on the Feikh Sheikh’s chances in Australia’s least productive company town.

    Presumably it will be back to laying astroturf and nodding off on Q&A after September 7. Mrs Warmy’s opportunities at clipping tickets will be pretty limited too. Oh glorious days.

  7. Rafe says:

    Now the pharmacy industry is gunning of Kevin with high impact radio ads.

  8. Rabz says:

    Bear – I’m going to be taking some remedial action against the Shakedown Sheikh’s campaign very shortly.

    No hints, certain peoples might get a bit cross.

  9. Talleyrand says:

    How very bigoted heterosexual, and racist this advert for the Greens is. No LGBTI, nor non Anglo Saxon / white/ Caucasian actors , No Asian/Aborigines, Torres strait islanders, multi faith diversity to be had amongst the listed Greens Voters. No followers of the religion of Peace, Mr Sheikh?

  10. Rabz says:

    nor non Anglo Saxon / white/ Caucasian actors

    Ahem, that’s because (as observed on this blog before) the greenfilth are the most racially homogeneous political grouping on earth.

    I applaud their recognition of the ethnic makeup of their voting demographic.

  11. dover_beach says:

    Can Abbott please have Cardinal Pell stand just behind his right shoulder as he gives his acceptance speech? Please.

  12. JC says:

    Dover

    FFS man…. There are 40 of us manning the JC leftie suicide assistance line on election night. Having Pell at the acceptance speech would cause a humongous call in. How many people do you want manning the lines?

    100? 200?

    You haven’t eggsactly volunteered?

    Stop causing problems.

  13. Gab says:

    Can Abbott please have Cardinal Pell stand just behind his right shoulder as he gives his acceptance speech? Please.

    hehehe and Gina stand just behind his left shoulder.

  14. JohnA says:

    “hehehe and Gina stand just behind his left shoulder.”

    Gab, what have you got against Lifeline? They would be swamped 🙂

  15. dover_beach says:

    JC, what makes you think I want them to get through on the phone?

  16. Mark says:

    “Gab
    #965011, posted on August 19, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    Can Abbott please have Cardinal Pell stand just behind his right shoulder as he gives his acceptance speech? Please.

    hehehe and Gina stand just behind his left shoulder.”

    And have Murdoch handing him the mike after welcoming him to the stage.

  17. Up The Workers! says:

    Simon Sheikh is so awesomely obnoxious, he even makes HIMSELF sick – and did so, on National T.V.

    It was all right though – it was only on the A.L.P.B.C., so almost nobody at all saw it happen.

  18. Token says:

    Are Da Gruen-Reichers truly running that adv.

    That is almost as bad as that patronising advert from a few years back where the Green-yuff re-educates a farmer.

  19. Jannie says:

    I suppose those losers are are fairly typical of core ALP supporters. They are not exactly sure of who or what they have been screwing with, and are not prepared to deal with the consequences of their actions.

  20. calli says:

    Conversely, the 8th will dawn bright and fair for this little black duck and her dearest…although we will be slightly hung over from over-imbibing of delicious celebratory bubbly.

    After an early Sunday morning breakfast and a quick glance at the papers, it’s off to get the sausage sizzle ready for the really important activity of the weekend…the Orange Blossom Festival and Parade. I fully expect we’ll do a roaring trade – the place will be buzzing with happy, carefree people, ready to enjoy life at its very best – good neighbours, beautiful weather and a sanga sammige. You can almost hear the theme tune of ‘The Archers’ in the background as the little ones play in the park and the adults gather in laughing groups…

    On the other side of town however…

  21. dianeh says:

    That ad makes me wish I could vote for Abbott more than once.

  22. Johno says:

    So the Greens Party latest rock star candidate has nothing to offer other than relentless negativity against Tony Abbott.

    Much the same as Labor with their flick of he switch to relentless negativity about stopping Tony Abbott.

    Abbott so owns both Labor and the Greens Party. They have nothing to offer this country.

    Abbott is one of the best Opposition Leaders of recent times. Shame that he will be a crap PM.

  23. papachango says:

    I destest the Greenslime as much as anyone, but I must admit it’s a good ad, even if it is ‘relentless negativity’

    Why do the hard lefties do marketing better than the more capitalist/market friendly parties?

  24. Empire Strikes Back says:

    That ad makes me wish I could vote for Abbott more than once.

    What’s stopping you Dianeh? There will be many dead folks voting ALP at this election and not for the first time post mortem.

  25. Empire Strikes Back says:

    Why do the hard lefties do marketing better than the more capitalist/market friendly parties?

    In my experience, marketing is a popular squat for leftards in private enterprise. All too often all care and no responsibility, it suits their mooching disposition.

  26. candy says:

    I think it’s funny too. I wish the Libs would use more humour, it would compare nicely to ALP’s doom and gloom ads. Who isn’t getting sick of ads now.

  27. Motelier says:

    You haven’t eggsactly volunteered

    I will.

    After my Blue Ties Rising* Lasagne Party.

    *Trademark

  28. Splatacrobat says:

    Why is the Greens logo suddenly an aqua colour?
    Are they even trying to disassociate themselves from the stench that is Green?

  29. Tom says:

    I must admit it’s a good ad, even if it is ‘relentless negativity’

    You’re kidding, Papa. That ad was made for paranoid crack-smoking 14-year-olds.

  30. Deadman says:

    Another reason to look forward to 7 September is that it’s also World Beard Day.

  31. Token says:

    That ad makes me wish I could vote for Abbott more than once.

    It is illegal so you should not*

    * Given this, under our voting laws you can:
    # 1 no one will stop you on polling day as there is no electronic logging photo / video
    # 2 the AEC has a track record of not prosecuting people who appear on the roles multiple times
    # 3 even if they caught you, how do they know which votes you cast? You could claim you voted x 2 for the Greens, how can they prove it?

  32. Armadillo says:

    7 September is that it’s also World Beard Day.

    I can seriously see anyone who has appeared in a Labor/Green advertisements fully embracing World Beard Day – for months and years.

  33. Toiling Mass says:

    I take it that the people manning the suicide line for lefties have been supplied with maps indicating where the suicidal lefties should be encouraged to go – bridges, level crossings, high cliffs, places with improbably high populations of hungry lions etc.

  34. Roger says:

    Talleyrand
    “How very bigoted heterosexual, and racist this advert for the Greens is. No LGBTI, nor non Anglo Saxon / white/ Caucasian actors , No Asian/Aborigines, Torres strait islanders, multi faith diversity to be had amongst the listed Greens Voters. No followers of the religion of Peace, Mr Sheikh?”
    Well pointed out. In addition, they are not very Green leaving the TV on and burning candles all night plus WTF is going on with the VHS player on top of the telly?
    Might also point out if they were that concerned they would have stayed up the night before and seen the result then. So what this ad says is that Greens are actually well-to-do idealogical white hetrosexuals only interested in the seeming not the doing. Sums them up pretty well really.

  35. Leo G says:

    I can’t argue with Sheikh’s characterisation of the self-image of the Greens demographic: decaf latte drug-addled, debauched, and liable to lost weekends, hallucinations, panic attacks and fake tattoos.

  36. Can Abbott please have Cardinal Pell stand just behind his right shoulder as he gives his acceptance speech? Please.

    hehehe and Gina stand just behind his left shoulder.”

    And have Murdoch handing him the mike after welcoming him to the stage.

    And Abbott to be led in by a high-kicking chorus line of the IPA’s best and brightest, with John Roskam twirling a baton at the front, shortly before Tony Abbott flies away in a plane made entirely of money, crying ‘So long, suckers!’

  37. Leo G says:

    The message of this political advert is that Tony Abbott and the Coalition could achieve absolute control of the Senate as a result of the September 7 election.
    But how is that possible? The Coalition would have to win 23 of the 40 vacated Senate places, when they are only contesting 18 places.

  38. Deadman says:

    I discern herein a lamentable lack of respect for beards; to redress this odd prejudice, I link to some beardy songs by The Beards.

  39. Tom says:

    shortly before Tony Abbott flies away in a plane made entirely of money, crying ‘So long, suckers!’

    … And Bruce Macaveney commentating. “S P E C I A L,” he coos, with a wave to Rupert and Tony as they ascend through a white and crimson aurora borealis.

  40. boy on a bike says:

    “How very bigoted heterosexual, and racist this advert for the Greens is. No LGBTI, nor non Anglo Saxon / white/ Caucasian actors , No Asian/Aborigines, Torres strait islanders, multi faith diversity to be had amongst the listed Greens Voters. No followers of the religion of Peace, Mr Sheikh?”

    I guess the scene where the drunken blackfella wakes up in the park with torn clothing didn’t make it past story boarding?

  41. Des Deskperson says:

    Mildly off topic, but Simon Sheik’s wife, one Anna Rose, has landed a job at the ANU. Rose is Convenor of something called the Vice Chancellor’s course on Leadership and Influence, but apart from telling us that she’s an ‘Author, activist and environmentalist – co-founder and Chair of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition’ , the ANU’s website doesn’t tell us very much at all about what she actually does, or indeed, unlike other entries, give her phone or room number.

    I’ve no evidence that Ms Rose’s getting this job in the ACT at a very important time for her husband’s political ambitions in the ACT is anything but a co-incidence; that the job, in a time of overall cutbacks at ANU, is not essential;l or that it was filled on any basis other than merit. It does, however, seem very fortuitous.

    Incidentally, one of the speakers for a ‘leadership and Influence’ seminar that Ms Rose convened was Mr Sheik himself, and I understand that there were complaints about the alleged partisan nature of his presentation!

  42. . says:

    Funny, innit?

    The ALP stooges and mouth foaming Greens always decry private ownership of property as conferring nepotism and privilege. I worked at a firm where the majority of management were pro ALP and the nepotism there was sickening.

    I normally don’t buy into this culture wars/”lefties are mentally ill” horseshit, but stuff like that makes it seem vaguely plausible.

  43. Snoopy says:

    I guess the scene where the drunken blackfella wakes up in the park with torn clothing didn’t make it past story boarding?

    Huh! He is a blackfella.

  44. Toiling Mass says:

    Of course he is a blackfella – look how light his complexion is.

    He is likely a professor of Social Injustice Studies, required to write 5 pamphlets a year and earning $250,000 – such is the stigma he bears.

  45. Amused says:

    Total control sounds pretty sweet. How much do we each need to donate to ensure that it happens?

  46. perturbed says:

    Abbott now needs to make a public appearance in which he refers to the commercial and then sings the chorus of this song, just to make their heads explode.

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