Categories Alberta Politics it’s getting a little more crowded on the ndp tarp. Post author By Dave Cournoyer Post date August 10, 2012 9 Comments on it’s getting a little more crowded on the ndp tarp. A crowded tarp. The Alberta NDP ad in the 2012 Edmonton Folk Music Festival program. Tags Brian Mason, David Eggen, Deron Bilous, Rachel Notley ← liberals: tories blowing too much smoke while driving a leaky gravy train through the dark that will derail because of smoke and mirrors. → carmangay confusion puts tory southern alberta prospects to the torch. 9 replies on “it’s getting a little more crowded on the ndp tarp.” Isn’t that the best ad ever? I don’t know what’s more awesome: the look on David Eggen’s face, or the logo in the upper right corner. Great ad. Shows that the NDP caucus gets what FolkFestival can be like. The redone Fest logo in the top right is just awesome. Who wear’s a sports jacket to Folk Fest? Otherwise, it’s good and I guess you gotta take your wins where you can. Says the guy who puts an apostrophe in wears. I am embarrassed. Maybe the NDP should have been the official opposition. At least they are a happy bunch, unlike the whining, angry group that makes up the present opposition. Great ad!! Four of my favorite people. I am not a fan of folkfest, but am a fan of great advertising hope you enjoy yourselves at the Folk Festival. Good to see twice as many progressive MLAs on the ND tarp. Let’s hope in four years we need to buy more tarps. The NDP have a similarly well suited, cute and funny ad in the Fringe Festival program. I can’t find it online anywheres thou. Shows what good work the caucus staff are doing for Mason, Notley, et all. They have some very clever people working for them. Don’t they know they’re allowed an 8′ x 10′ tarp? And that they must WALK, not RUN, to place that tarp? And why have they set up their tarp where nobody else seems to want to be? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.