John Armstrong pretty accurately sums up Labour's latest tax payer funded attempt to smear John Key. A failure. A hit, yes but a king hit, no.
They tried to say he misled the public over the number of shares he once owned in Transrail and that somehow there was a conflict of interest when he asked for information about Trainsrail.
Well, Adolf wonders when was the last time the cabinet discussed measures to dampen the out of control housing market, the most obvious measure of which is the abolition of income tax offsets via LAQCs? Can someone who has access to the records please find out?
Because, if our multi-millionaire Bilious Bitch of a PM who owns five investment properties has them set up with LAQC's, then she has a clear and present conflict of interest which far exceeds anything of which Labour accuses John Key.
It is likely she is paying no tax as a result and you would hardly expect her to vote in the interests of the country for a ban on the use of this odious and cancerous form of tax evasion.
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