Mon, 18 Jun 2012 6:06p.m.
Prime Minister John Key appears to be having second thoughts about whether he'll return the books to surplus in two years.
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19/06/2012 3:25:34 p.m.
Time for a revolution and we become a state of Australia, the pretty much own us anyway without any of the benifits.Then we can dump our corrupt party delagate selection system.
19/06/2012 10:37:21 a.m.
Sorry mike but the reasons noone remembers that is because it never happened.
The truth is..without those 2 funds our defecit would be twice as much..thats fact.
Oh and by the way in that 4th paragraph you reveal yourself as Alien as thats the same bs line he use to come out with, with no proof. Don't you think if there was any basis for your accusation National would be yelling it from the rooftops?
19/06/2012 7:58:16 a.m.
Did we see anyone held accountable for the 'Cullen Fund' which directed ACC and Kiwisaver to invest in risky investments like Madoff?Remember the $29 billion that was lost prior to the 2008 election under Labours/Greens watch? How much finders fees was paid to Labour members involved? Or do Labour/Greens value lives? Take the Sanlu disaster where they decided that keeping quiet was okay as it was only costing Chinese babies lives - and its not like Chinese babies can vote, so is unimportant to Labour/Greens.What about Labours take on Justice? Take a suspected criminal in the USA on sex charges who couldn't use commercial transport due to those charges. But wait, the suspect was connected to Labour at the highest level, so they sent a RNZAF plane stateside to collect this individual and pervert the course of justice!@Jockey While the EU (outside the UK) we dont trade much with due to their restraint of trade, they do a major amount of spending worldwide. That spending or lack of it will see a decrease in world spending, which will see less paid to NZ. NZ can still grow, but it will be harder. We also need to get our own country in order incase the EU problems grow, eg the EU countries in trouble are growing, not being solved.
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