Stage-three tax cuts!? What is Albo even doing? | First Dog on the Moon

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Stage-three tax cuts!? What is Albo even doing? | First Dog on the Moon

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Stage-three tax cuts!? What is Albo even doing? | First Dog on the Moon

Think for a moment what a real progressive government might do with $243bn

Wed 5 Oct 2022 06.22 BSTLast modified on Wed 5 Oct 2022 06.35 BSTIllustration: First Dog on the Moon/The Guardian

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firstdogonmoon We still have a democratic mechanism available to stop the stage-three tax cuts. Petition EN4458 - Scrap Stage 3 income tax cuts due 2024. 20 days left to get enough signatures. Sign and share widely! So I have totally missed 2023 Piss off with this dribble it’s as bad a the queen flogging we got Go find some real news FFS

firstdogonmoon What the fromage? fmllolnews Probably waste it on some unicorn and fairy dust ideology project. Albo Point blank promised to keep the tax cuts. They VOTED for them!

We shouldn’t be ‘bleeding hearts’ over Australians trapped in Syrian campsOne Nation Senator Pauline Hanson says we can’t allow ourselves to be “bleeding hearts” over Australian women and children trapped in Syrian detention camps. “If we think we can actually bring them back and de-radicalise them, think twice about it,” she told Sky News host Paul Murray. “Because the security they will need, the cost of the taxpayer to watch every step of their move, will they ever change their views? That’s the big question. “I don’t want to risk one Australian’s life by bringing them back here.' Wow. Guessing your wife or daughter isn’t amongst them. Actually I agree with her for once I bet those ISIS kiddies won't be going to the same schools the Labor politicians kiddies got to.

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Labor government is ‘sticking to the policies’ they took to the electionA report today suggests the Australian Labor government is looking at stage three income tax cuts, which are legislated but have not yet come in. “We’re sticking to the policies we took to the election - I think that’s important for the integrity of the democracy,” Competition, Charity & Treasury Assistant Minister Andrew Leigh told Sky News Australia. “I think it is important that governments provide that stability of taxation,” he said. 2018 - LNP legislate tax cuts. Near balanced budget, low debt, no global pandemic, no cost of living crisis, stable domestic economic outlook. 2022 - High income tax cuts unaffordable. trillion dollar debt, budget deficits, cost of living crisis, rising inflation & interest rates

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if what you need is First Dog merchandise and prints Wed 5 Oct 2022 06.We shouldn’t be ‘bleeding hearts’ over Australians trapped in Syrian camps 35 minutes ago One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson says we can’t allow ourselves to be “bleeding hearts” over Australian women and children trapped in Syrian detention camps.34 minutes ago Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says he doesn’t think there’s “any doubt” the Labor government’s repatriation mission to Syria will go ahead.3 minutes ago A report today suggests the Australian Labor government is looking at stage three income tax cuts, which are legislated but have not yet come in.

22 BST Last modified on Wed 5 Oct 2022 06.35 BST Illustration: First Dog on the Moon/The Guardian Topics . “Because the security they will need, the cost of the taxpayer to watch every step of their move, will they ever change their views? That’s the big question.