Tracking against promise

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3 Responses to Tracking against promise

  1. chris joye says:

    mate where did u get this. great posts!

  2. On your Marx says:

    Good to see you completely ignore Europe who are slowing drastically because of policies you support.
    Without that interest rates would not be falling. Even the RBA was taken by surprise

  3. Realist says:

    Shows the incompetence of a government who thinks they can extrapolate data in straight line with regards to job creation. The fact is that markets are cyclical, however this treasurer does not understand this concept and his model therefore is flawed. Only a naive optimist would believe anything a government says. How can they manage numbers, when the only thing they know how to do is spend money. They are not a productive part of society and produce nothing, besides making ridiculous forecast detached from reality giving the working class false hope. Anybody with half a brain can see that these figures are nonsense and have no solid foundation.

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