Tue, 18 Dec 2012 12:30p.m.
The Government - by the skin of its teeth - is on track to make its political target of a Budget surplus by 2014/15.
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4/01/2013 7:27:16 p.m.
you just dont think do you , by then there will be another 100,000 out of work so even less revenue . they dont think at all and thats the problem . you wright what you are told to wright other wise they will get some one who will pat .little more than a dog on a rope that is .
4/01/2013 6:59:55 p.m.
i always said national is the party of high taxation . they are goomers lairs and crooks . and the mainstream media are in bed with them thats for sure .
20/12/2012 1:05:08 p.m.
bernard mahoney wrote:
pat you know they will do nothing of the sort national have never produced a surplus in my life time mate spanning many governments . if they do they have not it will be the most cooked up most corrupt surplus we have seen of and a few days ago they spunged billions in loans from some body to keep paying for tax cuts for the evil wicked and greedy people in this nation the biggest bludgers on the state of all th eelite rich .
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