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  1. #221

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Gift tax. inheritance tax,with both of these taxes have been paid originally.It's a double take.[just like GST, you pay tax on your wages and the balance gets taxed when you spend it.] Such double dipping needs to stop, no have Taxinda add to it.

  2. #222

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
    FFS not so fast...

    The only way you'll listen to what other first world economy's do is....if Cindy ties you up and gives you a slap..but you couldn't bare it..

    Ideolgy is neo liberalism...then ignoring normal taxes...land tax, CGT, inheritance...

    Every tax expert...including the panel Shonky set up..tells us we need them you fool

    ...he broke his promise of tax cuts and sent GST up to 15%...how crooked are you lot??

    Very f in crooked...

    Cindy wants a conversation...and every expert does to...for the sake of the country..

    You know, the unproductive fascination with housing as an economic driver...normal Joe on PAYE, Shonkey with his smart accountants..and his buddies loving the free untaxed money...

    ...like land banking...something a Land Tax would exterminate...

    Cindy needs to get some Dialeks in...

    Its the Im alright Joe...Im a hard worker b/s...and I deserve tax free profits...after your Mammy gave you the inheritance....

    ...after her Daddy did the same...to continue the inequitable outcomes...

    Its all been said before...but you lot are in denial
    There you go again , good of you to admit !!! other first world economy's !!! haven't the nats done well .

    !!! Every tax expert...including the panel Shonky set up..tells us we need them !!! , so plenty of info on tax available so why dosent comrade taxcinda come clean , whats she hiding , whatever it is she knows it will be so unpopular .

    Housing , Brash had the same unproductive theory , he didn't value security either . You obviously only value secure housing for the less well off , what about the so called affordable housing campaign labour has run , you seem to disagree with this labour campaign .

  3. #223

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    As to farmers polluting waterways Thomas what about all the times Auckland beaches are closed because of health issues from turds etc floating in the waves. Urban pollution big time.

    Taxcinda started her election campaign in her home town of Morrinsville and I now see that the locals are having a street march against her next week. They don't want a bar of her either. Says something when her home town shuns her.

  4. #224

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    You would know, pedo

  5. #225

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Quote Originally Posted by Fasthorse34312 View Post
    There you go again , good of you to admit !!! other first world economy's !!! haven't the nats done well .

    !!! Every tax expert...including the panel Shonky set up..tells us we need them !!! , so plenty of info on tax available so why dosent comrade taxcinda come clean , whats she hiding , whatever it is she knows it will be so unpopular .

    Housing , Brash had the same unproductive theory , he didn't value security either . You obviously only value secure housing for the less well off , what about the so called affordable housing campaign labour has run , you seem to disagree with this labour campaign .
    Even Jimbo knows of failure when he sees it...

    Bolger says neoliberal economic policies have absolutely failed. It's not uncommon to hear that now; even the IMF says so.
    But to hear it from a former National Prime Minister who pursued privatisation, labour market deregulation, welfare cuts and tax reductions - well that's pretty interesting.
    "They have failed to produce economic growth and what growth there has been has gone to the few at the top," Bolger says, not of his own policies specifically but of neoliberalism the world over.
    He laments the levels of inequality and concludes "that model needs to change."

    And let's face it Jacinda could be a model...

  6. #226

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
    Even Jimbo knows of failure when he sees it...

    Bolger says neoliberal economic policies have absolutely failed. It's not uncommon to hear that now; even the IMF says so.
    But to hear it from a former National Prime Minister who pursued privatisation, labour market deregulation, welfare cuts and tax reductions - well that's pretty interesting.
    "They have failed to produce economic growth and what growth there has been has gone to the few at the top," Bolger says, not of his own policies specifically but of neoliberalism the world over.
    He laments the levels of inequality and concludes "that model needs to change."

    And let's face it Jacinda could be a model...
    So it's not a first world economy then , you seem to be changing your mind .

    Now this election is as much about competence and track record as anything , nobody claims everything is perfect but it's moving in a nice direction . Why would anyone vote for taxcinda when you know she's the nearest thing to a comrade as you will find , take from workers to give to those who don't work as productively or as hard .
    The ability of those behind her is very questionable , Robertson is a very dangerous character , not trust worthy , parker fail , deputy not allowed to open his mouth it goes on and on . The positive for the left will be when these characters move on after the election and labour will rebuilds .

    Was Bolger correct when he said the treaty is a fraud ? , this was labours attempt to spread the $ around , it hasn't trickled down , if it had the problems that concern you wouldn't exist , hardly a success but that's the lefts history .
    Last edited by Fasthorse34312; 09-13-2017 at 06:19 PM.

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    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
    Even Jimbo knows of failure when he sees it...

    Bolger says neoliberal economic policies have absolutely failed. It's not uncommon to hear that now; even the IMF says so.
    But to hear it from a former National Prime Minister who pursued privatisation, labour market deregulation, welfare cuts and tax reductions - well that's pretty interesting.
    "They have failed to produce economic growth and what growth there has been has gone to the few at the top," Bolger says, not of his own policies specifically but of neoliberalism the world over.
    He laments the levels of inequality and concludes "that model needs to change."

    And let's face it Jacinda could be a model...
    I saw that interview with Jim Bolger and was absolutely blown away with his points of view and clarity of thought.
    When he was in power I thought that he was of the very opposite persuasion.
    Isn't it amazing how maturity changes ones point of view or is it simply experience, personal or otherwise?
    Dreams. They let you down, but they never leave you!

  9. #229

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Treason, the last crime a New Zealander could be put to death for, guess who changed that law ...

  10. #230

    Re: Brill English at 1.43am

    Fred Dagg ?

    Jackie Marmon ?

    Flora McKenzie ?

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