Have you noticed? David Cunliffe only has one tie

I noticed something that Cunliffe’s media people really should have sorted out – it appears that the Leader of the Opposition only has one tie:

Here he is returning from his beard-growing holiday:


Then the candidacy announcement:


Then while on the Political Idol show:


Then on the campaign trail in Blackball:


Then there were the glossy promo shots – need to get the lucky tie in:


And in the campaign videos:


And again while smarming it up on The Nation:


And at the victory speech:


Hmm . .  lots of cameras around – better wear the same tie I’ve been wearing for the last 3 months:


And again for the Andrea Vance life story interview:


I know if I were forced to debate against John Key I’d be bringing all my good luck charms with me.  Looks like David did for his first debate as leader of the opposition:


And so for the conference speech showing how Labour is full of new ideas…


Is he trying to empathise with the poor squashed middle classes – ‘We’re so poor we’ve even had to cut down on tie-buying!’ Herne Bay problems??

Maybe someone should start a campaign to make 2014 a bit fairer by donating ties so at least he’s got more than one to wear on the campaign trail.  But then again, I suppose he wouldn’t want to wear them if he wants to fit in by being bro in South Auckland.

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