Wed, 20 Jun 2012 9:14a.m.
New Zealand Initiative executive director Oliver Hartwich says the Government must decide whether or not to sell assets and stick to it.
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21/06/2012 4:28:54 a.m.
Asset sales will help avoid further debt created by nationals huge deficit they created once first in govt. Hows about some common sense and get rid of these morons. Are we still borrowing to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy? Acc in an incredibly bad state and up go payments, down go claims, and the looney nats let slip that acc has billions. Now its pick on the police. Work for a paycut yourselves National. Lead by example
20/06/2012 8:33:33 p.m.
NZ belongs to King John Key right now... Why would we trust a banker to get us through a crisis (thats happening on the other side of the world!) that he and his banker mates created?
20/06/2012 6:58:38 p.m.
The disgust that the average kiwi should be feeling about this Govt , the more you take off the people, the poorer they will become. The wealthy are driving these asset sales,and the not so wealthy will be the losers and THAT is the truth .
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