If . . .

If you could change three things in New Zealand, what would they be?

7 Responses to If . . .

  1. Cadwallader says:

    1 Abolition of the Labour Party
    2 Exile of Winston Peters
    3 Deportation of Russell Norman

  2. bulaman says:

    I would mandate that no government body (central+local) may run a deficit and can only spend what they collect… no borrowing, no borrowing..

  3. Paranormal says:

    1) Remove the “I’m owed something” hand out mentality from all sectors of society. Institute a polite / gratitude outlook.
    2) What Bulaman said = all government bodies have to live within their means with annual increases at less than the rate of inflation and total taxation (local plus central government) not exceeding 30% of GDP
    3) All children (with no exceptions) able to read, write and do maths when they leave school

  4. jabba says:

    1/ isolate Riverton
    2/ set rate increases at the rate of inflation
    3/send Dotcom on the next flight to the US

  5. Frustrated of Tasman says:

    1) Retire the Treaty.
    2) Scrap MMP
    3) Accelerate resource wealth development – oil, gas, gold etc etc

  6. TraceyS says:

    1) Longer (much longer) prison sentences for sexual crimes against children.

    2) Ditch the tall poppy syndrome.

    3) Stop making criminals out of farmers and small business people.

  7. pdm says:

    1. Get rid of MMP and at the same time reduce MP numbers to 90 and abolish the Maori seats
    2. Make Life imprisonment mean life.
    3. Make student loans for a finite term – say 30 years from start of loan.

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