Sat, 23 Jun 2012 11:57a.m.
State assets shouldn't be sold, and if they are, a new Government should buy them back, according to Winston Peters.
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15/07/2012 10:22:03 p.m.
Never sell asset. Once sold what then to us as New Zealanders? Very poor and bad decision Mr Key. Yes I agree with Winston Peters.
27/06/2012 7:27:24 p.m.
Winston is the only politician that has a plan, the other ones are just stumbling. National isn't serious about the debt. If they were they wouldn't have cut taxes for the top 10 percent increasing the deficit by 1.2 billion a year and let SCF renew the scheme when John Key knew South Canterbury Finance was in trouble.. that cost us 1.6 billion all in the name of helping thier mates. Thier so called concern for the deficit is a tool to push through their ideology at the expense of the taxpayer.
26/06/2012 8:43:10 p.m.
Kelvyn, my standard of living improved by hundreds of per cent under the National Govt however I am not rich. In fact, I am deeply in debt and will sell my assets happily to get rid of the debt and see some positive numbers in my account statements. But I will borrow (again) if I get a chance to buy a power plant. I reckon, better to own a (even a bit of) power plant than a house in Christchurch... By the way, we should sell EQC to somebody with IQ over 50 as the first step!
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