29 Apr 2013

COALITION...NO,NO,NO. New ideas do not compute.



WE ARE PUSHING TONY
I AM PULLING JOE
I THINK WE GOT IT HALF RIGHT?

COALITION REPEATS OLD MANTA
BEREFT OF NEW IDEAS


JOE Hockey says Labor can't afford to fund its Gonski reforms or the national disability insurance scheme, following news of a $12 billion write-down in revenue forecasts to be detailed by Julia Gillard today.
Come on Joe every commentator knew approximately what the figure would be, it's no shock, your looking for an excuse to axe the two best policies the Australian public has been offered for years.
Conservative in nature conservative in ideas, in other words, don't fix it until its utterly broken, wow, that's forward conservative thinking. Education,don't touch it until it's dead and the Disability insurance, which is crying out for action, what do, you do scrap it!
The opposition treasury spokesman said the government was failing to address structural problems in the budget while electing to keep spending as if the money was still rolling in.
(Excuse me there is still money coming in, unless of course you don't pay tax?
“The problem is that in the one breath the Prime Minister says she hasn't got enough revenue coming in, and in the other breath, she's saying she wants to spend more money, much more money, in areas like disability care and education and so on,” he said.(Education and Disability, how wasteful?)
Compared to most countries in the world our deficits are negligible, why over react, steady as she goes that's the only reaction required. 
Joe your party just doesn't know how to be inventive, that's why your only invention is the GST(mind you even that wasn't your original idea)
The problem is that this expenditure is not sustainable over the longer term if the government has falling revenue, so, what's wrong with these policies put forward by the government, nothing, in fact they are investments in Australia's future, because without action being taken we will fall behind the rest of the world.

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