Thursday, July 26, 2018
Dear Editor, Why racist Pauline was not there in person rather than in a cardboard box? It does not matter what she say, Pauline always following orders from her Chief of staff James Asbby! Eddie Hwang Hon. President Unity Party WA firstname.lastname@example.org Blogger:Bloger Dashboard Twitter.com/unitypartywa Ph/Fax: 61893681884 Protect environment-save trees-use Email. UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade. 'As good as her': Pauline Hanson life-size cutouts replace leader at byelection Cardboard figures will be at every polling booth in the Queensland seat of Longman Fri 27 Jul 2018 11.15 AEST Last modified on Fri 27 Jul 2018 11.16 AEST Cardboard cutouts of Pauline Hanson Cardboard cutouts of One Nation leader Pauline Hanson are seen at a pre-polling station in Morayfield, Queensland on Friday. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP Fifty life-size cardboard cutouts of Pauline Hanson have been delivered to the marginal seat of Longman while the One Nation leader is on holiday. The cardboard Hanson will be at every polling booth in the Queensland seat for Saturday’s byelection, where One Nation preferences may decide the contest between Labor and the Liberal National party. Hanson’s chief of staff, James Ashby, revealed the thinking behind the tactic to Brisbane’s Courier-Mail, saying the cardboard Hansons were “as good as her”. “A photo visual of Pauline is as good as her being there because it is a presence,” he said. “People will still be able to come and get a photo with Pauline. One Nation candidate received $66,000 payout three weeks before selling debt-laden company Read more One Nation’s Queensland leader, Steve Dickson, told the Australian he thought the cutouts looked “pretty good”. “If you can’t have the real person on the day, let’s have the identity of the real person,” he said. “It’s a life-size cutout.” Matthew Stephen, One Nation’s candidate in the seat, was snapped carrying and posing with the cutouts on Friday. Hanson has been absent from the final week of the campaign, but Ashby told the Courier-Mail she was in daily contact from aboard her cruise ship in Europe.