Wednesday, February 17, 2010

MyLabourPoster Blog Launched


The latest Tim Montgomerie venture will bring a smile to the faces of many a Tory supporter - it's called MyLabourPoster. You can submit your own to the site.

9 comments:

Michael Heaver said...

That is actually pretty funny.

Irene said...

Brilliant - so funny and true!

Jimmy said...

Tories laughing at oiks?

Another winner...

Big Muah said...

I don't get it, so this fictional anti-Social character is supposed to have voted against Labour all His Life previously? Are the conservatives now making fun of their own posters? You are obviously not getting the meaning of satire.…

Roger Thornhill said...

Big Muah,

This guy has not had to vote at all because the benefits kept coming, but now that is under threat he might to keep his "rice bowl".

This is one way that benefits could be seen as "vote buying".

quietzapple said...

I thought the Conservative (incorporating some of the Unionists) Party took on someone to do this sort of thing?

Bit of a rushed appointment?

Is he looking for double bubble by incorporating his own image into his work?

infinitylies said...

Ok lets pretend that Frank Gallagher is a real person, in your make believe Tory world....

Now Frank was born in 25th 1960 and your poster leads us to believe he has been anti-social and unemployed his entire adult life , Frank would have been 18 when at the start of the last Conservative government. Therefore your friend Frank would have spent the next 18-19 years BEFORE the Labour government were elected, being jobless and anti-social....

Just exactly what did you do to either prevent this occurring or solve the issue for this imaginary man, whilst in power for all those long years?

David Lindsay said...

Well, what about bailouts, enforced contracting out of council services, Housing Benefit landlordism, tax loopholes, VAT exemptions for commercial schools, and so much else besides? And in any case, mass welfare dependency, like the destruction of the integrity of the council housing stock, goes back to the Eighties.

Jimmy said...

I like the way the posters all have little subtitles in case you don't get the "jokes".

Laughed? I nearly did.