11 Feb 2015

Honesty about the deficit would be a change.

Blaming the Senate and Labor for all the problems just doesn't add up!

The government should look at the tax system and its largess to the wealthy, superannuation, capital gains and tax avoidance before slamming the less well off such as pensioners.

The funds at risk from the Senate amount to no more than $15 billion over the budget projection period.
Compared to the fall in commodities it is not so bad.The sum at risk from the collapse in the prices of iron ore, coal and natural gas since the December budget update is even bigger, around $30-$40 billion in the view of Deloitte Access Economics.
Honesty starts by telling it like it is, not blaming everything on the Senate, Labor and the poor.

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