No Policy. Too Weak To Stand Up To State Labor
NO POLICY. TOO WEAK TO STAND UP TO STATE LABOR
The housing affordability paper released by Kevin Rudd today is just another Hawker Britten stunt.
As Mr Rudd says on page 19, none of the proposals represent election commitments.
Further on page 20: “they do not represent Labor policy.”
The paper is a confidence trick designed to make people think he has a policy which, when you read it, says it is not a policy, nor a commitment at all.
Every Australian knows State governments are ripping money out of home buyers with infrastructures and stamp duties.
Mr Rudd does not have the strength to stand up to State Labor governments. He would slug federal taxpayers more to make up for State failures.
2 July 2007
Contact: David Gazard - 0428 405 107
2 Jul 2007
Peter Costello in The Spectator
Address to Monash University Law School Graduation Ceremony
Peter Costello addresses the Monash University Law School Graduation Ceremony
Forget the Brownlow, here comes the Oakeshott
Peter Costello in the Herald Sun