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John Key says it will be a "waste of time" to re-run the tender process for the Auckland convention centre.
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21/02/2013 4:28:38 p.m.
THOMAS. If you remove the eye patch from your right eye, you find things out there are quite different. Despite a world wide recession, the current Government has managed to steer NZ through from being bankrupt when inherited from a spend thrift Labour administration to a country doing exceptionally well compared to most other countries. Your selective memory reeks of so much bias, exaggerations and inaccuracies it is just not worth replying to. Is your first name John?
20/02/2013 11:13:44 p.m.
@Cathy and you can support your arguments with what facts?.
The country was in surplus and running deficits and had no foreign debt other than "private" non government debt right up until Key was handed the kets to parliament.
So you have no proof just baseless uninformed arguments.
Well done for nothing.
20/02/2013 11:10:13 p.m.
Thomas Tompson wrote:
Cathy You must have been a first time voter in the last elections or you have just left school this year as you have no PAST history of the Nat government,The mess left behind by the Nats goes way back in history of the country.Take for instance when Shipley and Richardson put tills in the foyers of every hospital in the country to charge the people when they left,spent millions on refurbishing the foyers putting maori carvings and pictures on the walls.Plush carpet on the office floors,olite desks,latest PCs latest seating just too do something about their stuff up with the health boards.The unemployment of today is sky rocketing the worse in NZ history,Debt that the Nats have created for the need of asset sales.the past is nothing to do with the past government,it is the present government that we live under,also Key likes to say Christchurch caused most of the problems the country is facing,Nothing to do with the poor handling of the books and his way in running the country.So Cathy learn some of the Nat history before writing burbled load of crap to make yourself feel good.
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