J Lucas: Good things National has done for New Zealand

MPORTANT – NOTICE – NEW ZEALAND VOTERS!

TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW ZEALAND:

A REMINDER OF THE “GOOD” THINGS THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT HAVE DONE FOR YOU.

FEEL FREE TO ADD TO THE LIST BELOW WITH YOUR COMMENT’S.

– Raising GST
– GCSB and TICS Bill’s, allowing mass surveillance of every New Zealander, not only by our own spy apparatus, but by foreign nations spy agencies too
– 80 Billion dollars of debt, and rising
– Closing & merging some Christchurch schools
– Corruption
– Denying the housing crisis exists
– ACC privacy (or lack of it)
– McCully allowing a foreign Diplomat to flee, even though that Diplomat sexually assaulted a New Zealander
– Judith Collins going to China, using taxpayer dollars to increase the portfolio of a company that her husband is a Director of
– Maurice Williamson called a top cop in an attempt to get Donghua Liu off assault charges
– Slow response to the Rena oil disaster
– Allowing the last 55 maui dolphins left in the world to become extinct
– Slow development in the Christchurch CBD and no help for Cantabrians fighting their insurance companies and EQC
– Destroyed workers rights
– Dairy farm intensification, resulting in major damage to our rivers and waterways
– High unemployment and no jobs- A manufacturing crisis
– Selling the law to SkyCity so they’ll build a Convention Centre
– Ignore inequality and child poverty, despite quarter of a million Kiwi kids living in poverty
– Blocking 26 weeks Paid Parental Leave
– Sold off a huge chunk of our State Owned Assets despite an overwhelming number of Kiwi’s opposing the sell-off
– Using asset sales money that was supposed to go on schools and hospitals to fix the leaky roof at the Beehive
– Giving the wealthy huge tax cuts, resulting in a 2 billion dollar bill to the taxpayer
– Harsh welfare reforms – damaging our once enviable social welfare system
– Steven Joyce’s inability to fix the Novopay stuff up
– The dismantling of quality public education, in favour of “supermarket schools” – Charter Schools
– Mining in National Parks

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