Tuesday, 30 March 2010
Ok, so Labour have finally captured the spirit of the 2010 election.
Seeing the online riptide of reversing tory propaganda, the Labour party have made this part of their campaign.
I don't know if you've seen the latest set of Tory posters; They have a huge picture of Gordon Brown then slogans like 'I let 80,000 criminals out early, vote for me'. A sarcastic approach there by M&C Saatchi. Very funny :|
But after seeing MyDavidCameron.com Labour has cottoned on and are giving the Tory party a taste of their own medicine.
But don't think Labour have simply dropped to the Tory level, there is method to their madness! it's part of a promotional grass roots campaign, taking a leaf from MyDavidCameron.com's book.
See here: http://www.labour.org.uk/create-labours-next-campaign (under the title 'The Brief')
Its a good move for the Brown campaign. Making a mockery of the limping Tory campaign.
I picked out my favourite from MyDavidCameron.com in light of the Chancellor debates on channel 4 the other night: Gideon
If you saw it, you'll understand what i mean.
P.S Definitely worth taking a look at this page M&C Saatchi: stuck in a time warp
My attempt at mocking the Tories: Tory Change
Posted by Tom Greaves at 21:57