Thu, 03 Nov 2011 6:05p.m.
Labour leader Phil Goff says the party will tomorrow release a spreadsheet of their finance plan.
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3/11/2011 11:42:02 p.m.
Bruce the books dont lie only key. There was a surplus when labour left office. Isnt it funny that national are going to have to borrow approximately 15 billion 2.5billion less than labour and wasnt it key who said 2billion isnt much in the scheme of things. I agree old smiler hasnt got a clue where the jobs are going to come from.
3/11/2011 10:42:11 p.m.
Goff admits he plans on borrowing more than National in the short term to cover his spending promises. ROFL Labour hasn't learnt a thing from its 9 years. Borrow and spend... no thanks.
3/11/2011 9:41:15 p.m.
I find Goff's plan much more appealing than Key's. If Goff and his team can produce the figures and 3rd party scrutiny shows that they haven't been juked (remember the cooked income tax figures Farrar and English got busted for using), then this campaign is about to take an interesting turn.
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