Turnbull's scare campaign that didn't scare anyone

Turnbull's scare campaign that didn't scare anyone

Turnbull's scare campaign that didn't scare anyone
COMMENT So Treasury didn’t think Labor’s negative gearing/capital gains tax proposals would crack the earth asunder and spew forth toads and serpents. Nobody much else did either.

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Kerri Deegan
Kerri Deegan 1 week ago

The Turnbull Federal LNP are the most dishonest political party. They will say anything as long as it gives them votes and scares people. They have been built on fear mongering.

Matty Clarke
Matty Clarke 1 week ago

Our wealthy are a disgrace they rely on government protection of their wealth rather then good business. Our wealthy want to be like America but wouldn’t last 5 minutes in America. We need to force more investment into Business development & R & D rather then property that is used by politicians who Rort the system.

Gavin W. Smith
Gavin W. Smith 1 week ago

Is it because he is a confirmed political fraud, perhaps? He might be more photogenic than Bill, but that’s not much to hang your hat on. Imagine if Labor had a half-decent candidate! Turnbull would be nothing more than a mop head.

Chris Li
Chris Li 1 week ago

LNP overstated the consequences.... equally Labor overstated the benefits of abolishing negative gearing and raising capital gains to 50%. So essentially what we are debating here is whether of not to have a revenue grab in the name of 'housing affordability'.

George Stevenson
George Stevenson 6 days ago

Hang on Labors policy was a non event as it grand fathered everything, I was actually hoping they would win because next time round their policies may be even more draconian

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