Government's carbon tax so unpopular new 'household assistance package' commercials outlining compensation do not even mention it

Screen shot 2012-05-14 at 7.32.54 PM.jpgScreen shot 2012-05-14 at 7.43.48 PM.jpgThe Government's carbon tax is so unpopular new 'household assistance package' commercials outlining compensation for households do not even mention it.

The new spots target singles, families and seniors on what to expect in extra payments from this month. The carbon tax begins on July 1.

VIEW THE FAMILIES SPOT
VIEW THE SINGLES SPOT
VIEW THE SENIORS SPOT

3 Comments

Secret Labor Party Business said:

Which agency did this?

News Ltd Hack said:

So CB has taken to editorialising now. Not sure how you know how popular or unpopular the Carbon Tax may be, or if you're just repeating the simplistic argument because it appeals to your own selfish little world view.

Not Brainwashed said:

I felt the same reading the text on this release, 2:03. Whoever wrote this release should not let their own prejudices or the banal, repetitive sloganeering of Tony Abbott colour the Blog. It does you no credit, CB. Let's discuss the merits or otherwise of the advertising. For my part, even allowing for the degree of difficulty, I think it's shit.

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