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Last updated on July 16th, 2017 at 09:53 am
Labor’s “force rates down” ad, first noticed by Stephen Kirchner, has been pulled:
Labor has had to withdraw an online advertisement which said a Kevin Rudd government would cut interest rates.
The ad was a tougher version of ALP policy, which is to keep “downward pressure” on interest rates.
A party spokesman said the ad was not properly authorised.
Maybe it was the work of the government’s insidious smear unit.
They can’t even book a commercial but they’re qualified to run a country?Posted by richard mcenroe on 2007 10 02 at 08:46 PM • permalink
Mr Rudd goes Shopping.Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2007 10 02 at 09:10 PM • permalink
As if it isn’t hard enough to get out of bed every day to go work. Having the team called the smear unit just makes things worse. It sounds like something you’d find inside Phillip Adams’Reg Grundys…
Why can’t we be called the Political Assassination Control Organisation? Ahh bugger it I’m taking a sickie…
They need some help from Franco Cozzo
It’s Kev Worthington and his dog, Spot!Posted by dean martin on 2007 10 03 at 08:19 AM • permalink
Aww, gee. No recession?