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                                                     Not Quite The Neverending Story

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This will be the thread that will be in use for a extended period of time unless some one else wishes to post one.Now that Ned is well again I will be away for some time doing bits and pieces, going back and forth ,flying,boating but no driving or as little as possible.

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Things are still relatively quiet even with Barnyards rorting so the blog will just continue along with all your wonderful comments . I’m sure things will heat up as the year rolls along and we can expect the later half of the year to get busy as we get closer till the next federal Election .

 

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The people here are what makes this place special so keep commenting,chatting and sharing your thoughts. I will still checking in and keeping a eye on things .

As always enjoy The Pub and yourselves.

 

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3,267 thoughts on “Extended thread

  1. Andrew Leigh on SloMo’s tax to GDP ratio –

    The Coalition’s tax-to-GDP ratio is effectively going to be used as their excuse for not cracking down on multinational tax loopholes and giving massive handouts to banks. It’ll be their excuse for running razor thin surpluses rather than the strong budget surpluses they were promising just a couple of years ago

    More –
    http://www.andrewleigh.com/economics_of_the_company_tax_cut_simply_don_t_stack_up_transcript_sky_news_agenda

    Every interview with Andrew Leigh, Cheis Bowen and Jim Chalmers, from now on, will have gotcha attempts at getting a definite Labor ratio. The government has decided this is good policy, every one of the usual suspects is going to keep on hammering away about it, (Barry Cassidy kicked it off yesterday) and Labor’s spokespersons are going to keep on saying it’s all a smokescreen so the government can try to justify more tax avoidance and more handouts to banks and big business. It’s going to become very, very boring.

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