David Cameron's Facebook Movie

Discussion in 'Politics & The Economy' started by 1iam5mith, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. 1iam5mith

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    Hope it didn't cost anyone. That is really quite naff.
     
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    Well, I guess it will appeal to the hard of thinking, which is presumably its aim?
     
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    I thought it was quite good, well at least the picture of Osborne in the train. The time he brought a standard ticket and sat in 1st class and got picked up on it. But I doubt many people would get the reference.
     
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    Pretty creative compared to most sterile political ads I thought, regardless of the actual political details and statements.

    If Ed had taken part then it would have just been the usual crap as well as him being a liability.
     

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