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Labour and Green’s profiles on Bebo

Filed under: General — Julie @ 11:27 pm Thu 29th May 2008

Oh, this is quite cute.

Helen Clark’s Bebo page
What a shame. You have to sign in to get political information about the polls from her.

Maryan Street has the best one. You can check anyone’s criminal records on her advertisement above her page.

Sue Bradford, well she is just telling us what we already know.

I will fight for what I believe in, even if that means going into your home and telling you how to do something right. Support me and my party. Go Green for a better New Zealand today.

Crikeys, the people are giving it to her in her comments except of course Helen and Maryan.

Don Brash is a worry. He is a friend to them all. At least he is not advertising for them.

I have never been able to work this Electoral Finance Bill out. No one can advertise or speak politics on their site. But Labour and the Greens can on Bebo.

Winston Peters is there also. And heaps of others. Cullen too.

2 Responses to “Labour and Green’s profiles on Bebo”

  1. Mike says:

    Hi Julie,The bebo sites you refer to have all been created by 1 person with wayyyyyy too much time on their hands.They are presumably not sanctioned by the various politicians who are likely to be totally oblivious to them.I think it may be the same wag that produced 1 for the Pope!!! lol

  2. lee brooker says:

    As a single father i find it is still difficult to be accepted as a “serious parent” even in this age of modern parenting.

    I take my hat off to single mothers, im a full time single father and have been of the last 5 years and to say it was hard would be an understatment!

    We all need as much help as we can, wether we like it or not!

    Lee
    http://www.imwithdaddy.com

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