Potem-Ken Campaign Battle Bus

Basically Boris announced a battle bus tour, within hours Ken’s digital campaign team Photoshopped a battle bus from a picture on Wikipedia. Just as they copied his “Better off with Boris” logo on Wednesday. Digital campaigning at its lamest.

Faked Potemkin villages might have fooled Russian empresses in 1787 but nobody in 2012 is going to be fooled by a digitally faked Potem-Ken bus. The Ken campaign is woeful…

Andrew Gilligan has the full story.


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