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Correctives: Bare-Bottomed Beagles

Correctives: Bare-Bottomed Beagles And Odd Orange Gentlemen!!!

"The Corrective Party wishes to complain about lewd and shameful turns in advertising. While I agree about the importance of biosecurity to our nation, was it really necessary to have (gasp)a bare-bottomed beagle clad only in a waistcoat and spectacles promoting this worthy cause?? Stop it, stop it at once!!!" said Sr. Hydroponica, Enviro-nun for the Corrective Party today.

"But that isn't the only moment! An amorphous orange anatomically incorrect gentleman is doing the rounds to promote the general election. The Corrective Party particularly commends our electoral authorities for not having dangly bits of either persuasion in open display. But the orange gentleman then metamorphosed into a "mad dog" rather reminiscent of an ARF party parliamentarian. I suspect that the orange gentleman is in fact transgenic and I encourage the Green Party to complain to the Advertising Standards Complaints Board about this incident!!!"

Sister Malodora
Spokesnun

The Corrective Party:
For A Spanking New Green
New Zealand!!!

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