Tag: taxpayer

The Greens attack Paramedics and Firies!

The Federal Budget was handed down on 3rd May 2016, and without going into too much detail, one news article got my attention. The big problem with the $80k tax cut.
The budget will see income tax bracket increase from $80,000 to $87,000 which will, according to the news article, provide an extra $315 per year to those who earn that amount.

The interesting thing that caught my eye was the Greens MP Adam Bandts comments that those who earn over $80k are wealthy.

“Greens MP Adam Bandt has slammed the Government for offering this relief to wealthy Australians while ignoring those who need it. We don’t need it. Ordinary Australians do and they miss out in this Budget,  he said.”

So Adam, you think Paramedics, Nurses, Police and other frontline public servants are not ordinary Australians? You think those who earn $80k are rich scum and should be taxed out of prosperity? As a frontline public servant I am absolutely offended and disgusted about these comments and his ascertions that because someone earns $80k it means that they don’t deserve a tax break.

About time people start waking up the menace of the Green monster that is infiltrating our political arena. The Greens are scum, and only prey on the weak and vulnerable. Given that over 50% of Australian voters receive some sort of taxpayer handouts the Green thrive on this. They don’t want to see Australians further their prosperity they would rather see people suffer and rely on taxpayers to ensure their political survival. This is clearly evident by Adams out of touch comments he made to News Ltd.

Selling off Millers Point to save thousands!

The emotive claptrap coming from the left and those living in taxpayer apartments in Millers Point that are soon to be sold off under the NSW Liberal National Government serves no purpose to those thousands on the waiting list for taxpayer funded accommodation. Community Services Minister Pru Goward made an announcement last week to sell off some taxpayer funded dwellings in order to save several million dollars which could be spent on more housing in other suburbs.
There are approximately 57,000 families on the waiting list for taxpayer funded housing in NSW, the sale of these dwellings will be able to alleviate some of this pressure. The Labor Party in their infinite wisdom are siding with the residents, yet when they were in government they too sold off some Miller Point homes; but the hypocrisy from the Labor Party should not come to any surprise. The ALP as usual are an emotive party that prey on vulnerable people and use them like toilet paper – if the ALP did care about the homeless they would support the sale of these houses and apartments in millers point.