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New Family Party video: The Choice

20 Aug 08

New Family Party video: The Choice

  • The Choice
  • The Family Party has released its third online YouTube video advertisement titled "The Choice."

    The video features the family of party leader Richard Lewis and follows on after the party's first video released at its May Conference titled, "The Gamble", followed by "The Family."

    He says the videos are designed to provoke political thought towards issues impacting on families.

    "Our message is one of coming back to the basics of traditional family values and putting families first again in Parliament - the kind of ideas that are sadly lacking in the political domain today," says Mr Lewis.

    The Gamble has registered over 9,000 viewings since it has been online and continues to grow.

    The Gamble: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYtbTGnwjCI

    The Family: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOeu6ewISA8 &feature=related.

    Website: www.familyparty.org.nz

    ENDS


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