ImperatorFish: He Who Consults Wins

Written By: - Date published: 2:18 pm, September 13th, 2012 - 12 comments
Categories: accountability, education, national - Tags: ,

Scott at Imperator Fish has kindly given us permission to syndicate posts from his blog – the original of this post is here.

* Average taken from figures from 2008-2009 to 2010-2011 financial years. Source 

** Child Poverty Action Group’s estimate of annual cost to provide breakfasts for the poorest 30% of primary and intermediate schools ($18.9 million) Source 

12 comments on “ImperatorFish: He Who Consults Wins”

  1. BernyD 1

    So that’s why we are hemorrhaging cash.
    They can’t / wont look for themselves because they need scapegoats to blame.

  2. ianmac 2

    Hungry schoolkids don’t vote and their parents probably won’t vote National, so why bother?

    • mike e 2.1

      Sack between four and ten consultants and theirs the money!
      Not likely Nationals trougher couldn’t afford their luxury lifstylea that would be to hard!

  3. Dr Terry 3

    They need to consult us as to what the hell they are doing in government.

    • BernyD 3.1

      I wonder if they even check the consultants credentials.
      They wouldn’t know what to check is my guess.

  4. blue leopard 4

    …yep… the amount of time this government spends fixating on welfare would be better spent working on how to increase jobs/opportunities for people.

    Closing the disparity on income would be a good start.

    Dear Nact,

    Stop fixating on the unemployed and start showing us the jobs.

  5. Richard Down South 5

    I’m sure I could do a much better job, and I’d do it for $50k a year

  6. This is the graphic of the year.  Well done IF.  It puts reality so starkly …

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