Friday, 4 November 2011

Question for the Day: Is anyone fiscally responsible?

Here's your question to consider this morning:

If Labour were to take office, they plan to spend $15.6 billion more than they take in; meanwhile National plan to continue spending more than $13 billion more than they take in.

So should either of them be consided fiscally responsible?

3 comments:

  1. one plans to enslave 4million grandchildren in debt, the other 4.1million
    both of them are drunken sailors high on P, with the ho-shop beckoning

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  2. I must point out that the $15.6 billion Labour plans to spend is marked for their new policies. There is no indication that they will stop any of National's current spending. I surmise that much of National's $13 billion overspend will be tacked on to the $15,6 billion in New policies.

    Rather like the "choice" between being raped or gang-banged...

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  3. that's shocking

    So does anyone know what the Greens have in store?

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