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mlesvic

  1 month ago

Defacing potential candidates posters

One of the reasons why I think this has become more prevalent is due to the things that two major parties are doing to get elected... That being the lies and scare campaigns that are continually played everywhere imaginable, this then angers some in the community who feel that the only way out their frustration is to deface, rip down or cut up the billboards other candidates put up. It would be great if a law was introduced where they are only allowed $50,000 maximum in advertising and have to be honest in what they advertise, no lies or fear spreading no more of this gotcha moments or digging up an sms from 20 years ago. Those are a few of the things that really irked me during this campaign and really had me changing stations or playing video games and movies
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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago
Dirty games have always been used, have people forgotten all the lies and rubbish that the John Howard Government had said and used, interest rates under Labor will go up, they continued to drop, they did go up once not sure if it was when Labor was in power and or Liberals, as they Australian dollar at one stage was worth 20 cents more than the American dollar, the reserve bank acted, as it meant that Australian exports and good were going to cost much more overseas. Reply
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AaronTM

  1 month ago
See it at every election, however it appears to be worse this time. Dirty game, dirty politics and we are supposed to trust these vandals by voting for them.
Sure political advertising is an eyesore but its presence should only be there for a short time.
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hal900021

  1 month ago
Personally it would be better if you could tear down the posters rip the wooden steaks out of the ground and drive them through the candidates heart.
Best money any candidate could ever spend if you ask me.
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