[Powderworks] favourite posters
julian at monkeyfamily.freeserve.co.uk
Sat Oct 23 01:41:21 MDT 2004
I'd be interested to know why it's illegal.
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From: "Tari, Vince" <Vince.Tari at nmhg.com>
To: <powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu>
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 12:29 AM
Subject: FW: [Powderworks] favourite posters
> Dave wrote ;
> >I too would love to get my hands on a PG Campaign poster.
> All you need is a ladder, a pair of pliers & some courage.
> There are still some PG posters nailed about 3 metres up on
> telegraph poles in his electorate. This has been a
> contentious issue on Sydney talkback radio, as it is illegal
> to display such posters after an election.
> The right wing talkback hosts are having a field day with
> this, claiming that PG should practice the Greenie policies
> he preaches & remove the "offensive" posters immediately. The
> recent wet weather is being blamed for the delay in removing
> the posters.
> The irony is that the PG's Liberal opponent has just as many
> of his posters still up as well.
> I guess you could try his electoral office - they may have
> some left over ?