While the idiots at The Standard bleat on about tax cuts for the rich being the cause of it all (presumably because they think you can raise an extra billion or three by taxing out of existance the top five percent of the country's earners) the truth is New Zealanders are being carefully conditioned to accept the politically charged inevitable. The rolling back of Helen Clark's outrageously irresponsible election bribes of 2005 and 2008.
Adolf looks forward to the day when;
- no longer will a family with a household salary income of $35,000 be able to draw down $911 per week in welfare disguised as 'tax credits.'
- no longer will the children of well off New Zealanders be able to borrow money and pay no interest.
- no longer will New Zealanders pay for myriads of government 'commissions' which write meaningless reports for other meaningless people to read.
- no longer will New Zealanders pay life time loafers to sit on their fat, mainly black arses, breeding generations of kids whose one aim in life is to sit on their own fat arses while someone else feeds them.
Why, because they were addicted to spending.
It is time for John Key and Blenglish to blow the whistle on government spending. Preparations have been underway for some time. The report of the working group on welfare should be accelerated and a list of SOEs to be made the subject of a partial minority float should be put out for public discussion.
Let's face it, even Hillary Calvert's ping pong ball receptacle came out the other day in support of partial floats for SOEs.