Don’t let anyone tell you it can’t be different: the second Lib Dem election broadcast

This Party Election Broadcast is much simpler than the first, with Nick Clegg doing a “talking head” for all but 20 seconds of it. The pared-down message is that the Liberal Democrats are different, and that voters have a choice.

The brief opening sequence is a montage of Lib Dem supporters saying,

This is my election. It isn’t up to politicians to decide who wins; it’s up to me.
Don’t tell me there are only two parties. And I choose something different this time.
My vote will make a difference. I choose the Liberal Democrats.

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One Comment

  • Eh, the montage was poorly stitched together, hard to tell what they’re saying if you’re only half paying attention.

    Start of the message is good, but if anyone listened to last night’s debate they’ll have heard this a dozen times.

    The musical end is good though I think, me and a few watching the debate last night and the words off everyones’ mouths was obama at clegg’s end speech.

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