Sunday, September 23, 2007

ZenTiger Women on top


The Human Rights Commission is encouraging women to vote for women, saying the number of women in local government has been declining. Judging from the upcoming council elections choices, I'm surprised they think so. Do you think that next election cycle they'll be urging men to vote for men just to keep things fair?

Meanwhile, there seems to be some F.U.D (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) in politics this week. Yes, the Future of United Destiny party(?), or F.U.D. seems to be D.O.A. (Dead On Arrival) Personally, I think a Christian focused political party is not going to fly in this country anyway. The early implosion may be a good thing in the long run.

And in an interesting twist, on the other side of the world, a Polish Women's party has heeded the combined example of the Human Rights Commission (women focus) and the FUD party (single focus) and exposed their naked ambition.

As the Beatroot said: Let's hope such advertising campaigns do not catch on with our other politicians.


Related Link: Women urged to vote for women

The Polish Women's Party

3 comment(s):

Greg B said...

There wouldn't be an airbrush potent enough to produce an equivalent poster of the Labour hierarchy.

MK said...

Women being encouraged to vote for women, because they are women is s stupid idea, it's demeaning to the women themselves.

Humorous post by the way :)

ZenTiger said...

and women bing encouraged to vote for women by the Human Rights Commission makes me wonder of the Ministry of Women's affairs is about to sue them for taking over their turf.

A wee while ago, the Families Commission funded a "don't beat up Women" campaign, again making the Ministry of Women's affairs redundant.

People might start to think we have too many government departments.

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