Comments:Tax breaks promised by Australian Prime Minister as election fast approaches

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Tax Cuts? Hah!003:29, 15 July 2010
Election promise or government promise?009:38, 14 July 2010

Tax Cuts? Hah!

It must be election time; promise season has begun! Anyone who actually thinks the government is going to significantly cut taxes is crazy.

The public has absolutely no rights where taxes are concerned.

A small group of elected officials size up the public and then decide how much money they can steal from them.

Can't pay your bills? Working too much? To heck with you, pay up!

Don't believe their promises. (talk)03:29, 15 July 2010

Election promise or government promise?

Why is this an election promise if the election hasn't been called?

In Australia, are government announcements strictly separated from campaign ones? If so which was this?

Is there a possibility that the government will push through the tax changes before the election?

InfantGorilla (talk)09:38, 14 July 2010