Remind you of anyone?

Written By: - Date published: 2:00 pm, October 11th, 2007 - 8 comments
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8 comments on “Remind you of anyone?”

  1. ahod 1

    Dr. Cullen dodging personal tax cuts with various excuses.. Haha, couldn’t resist.

  2. Shane 2

    How much would you gain from a personal tax cut?

  3. ahod 3

    I’m not interested in personal tax cuts, though I do think we need to implement a change if we wish for this Government of ours to remain a Labour-led Government. I would be surprised if Labour doesn’t offer something, because lets face it, it will be one of the defining factors of ‘on the fence’ voters. After the Nats ’05 campaign, the prospect of personal tax cuts is bolted into the publics mind.

  4. burt 4

    You deleted my previous comment, just because I said that Kangaroo reminded me of Helen Clark dodging prosecution from a few prima facie cases !

    Will my comment stick if I say “National Bad – Labour Good” ?

  5. Nice one Burt – I was thinking of Maharey, looking for a ditch to die in.

  6. Robinson 6

    Burt – they don’t delete comments here (as far as I know moderation is only exercised for spam and for illegal posts). Are you sure you’re using the captcha properly? I’m sure you’re free to repost your comment.

  7. ahod 7

    Burt, you have to do the word challege, otherwise it won’t stay on the page after you refresh it.

  8. Sam Dixon 8

    Looks like Howard to me.

    ahod – I think you’re right that Labour probably should have taken the public’s lead eariler on tax cuts. I’ve always been for phasing in a tax-free bracket, $2500 in the first year, $5000 the second… the additional cost would be a billion a year (and, frankly, bracket creep would cover a lot of it).

    The Conservatives in Canada introduced phased tax cuts like this, poltiically its the gift that keeps on giving and it doens’t have a sudden impact, fiscal or macroeconomically.

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