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Tax Cuts or Health & Education spending?

By Jazz - 29 October 2007 67

CT had this story thismorning on a recent poll in the marginal seat of Eden Monaro which showed an overwhelming majority of respondants wanted more spending on health and education rather than tax cuts.

Now those of us over the border here are far more savvy and know that such polls are usually structured to create a desired result, but if you were asked the same question, what would your answer be?

Do you want.
A) Tax Cuts or ;
B) More govt spending on Health and Education?

And no you cant have both!

What’s Your opinion?

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Lord Mælinar 12:20 pm 31 Oct 07

not THE scarymary ?

Long live the Peoples Front of Judea my good friend, and help man the cannon firing oranges at the Romans.

scarymary 12:15 pm 31 Oct 07

Tax cuts for me – the feds don’t pay for hospitals or schools anyway, that’s the states responsibility. See how they stuff it up, so much for letting the government spend my money. Give it back to me and let me invest it where I see fit. There are plenty of other more competent organisations out there building and running private hospitals and schools. These would be cheaper too if the mass proportion of the market was not being under cut by the government trying to give it away. Government health and education is a form of price control in what should be a free market.

Jazz 12:09 pm 31 Oct 07

thanks VY. consider that everyone else who copies you is in effect also paying you homage

Lord Mælinar 11:29 am 31 Oct 07

Sounds too similar to ‘Messiah’ – As I keep telling people, I’m not him and stop bothering me.

Snahons_scv6_berlina 11:23 am 31 Oct 07

Sure you don’t prefer Massa ?

Lord Mælinar 10:57 am 31 Oct 07

I prefer Masta 🙂

VYBerlinaV8 10:44 am 31 Oct 07

Happy baas?

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