Sat, 10 Nov 2012 10:58a.m.
The Government is getting on with investment in infrastructure and housing and policies that help business, Finance Minister Bill English said.
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27/11/2012 4:15:15 p.m.
bai reyhan pinguiaman wrote:
like it !!!!!!!
21/11/2012 3:15:54 p.m.
If you want to help the economy John n Bill, freeze kiwisaver payments, cut the WFF con and introduce split income tax for cuoples. Make the first 15000 income tax free. Workers spending creates the economy, tinkering with tax distrubitions cost more than its worth because you have to borrow it. Start advocating employers begin offering wage rises above inflation. Einstein said instanity is to keep do the same thing over and over and expect the different results'. Put some new idea's in place that will grow the economy not knee cap it. Why do I feel like Im watching the dynamic duo, Batman and Robin, a American TV series from the 1970's, sigh.
20/11/2012 8:05:40 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
Methinks both Key and English are totally convinced the earth is flat.
And the 'view' express by Key is probably observed from his rear-view mirror as he heads off into the blue yonder.
This National government obviously comprises of the most out-of-touch-of-total-reality bunch of over-paid underworked free-loaders.
As long as they(the National government)are not unemployed those unemployed or on low incomes are not their concerns.This government would rather associate with big businesses than shaking hands with the 'great unwashed' as one National Party supporter refers to those on the lower-socio-economic pay brackets.
The only usefulness those poor have to National is only in election time.Outside of that time-frame then they are taxed to the hilt.Such a shame this government values the low-paid so poorly.
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