Labour counters facts with threats

Labour hasn’t got the facts to back up its water tax policy so is resorting to threats:

That quote is from David Parker, Labour’s Environment spokesman.

A royalty for using a public resource?

Will it be sunshine and air next?

They are also just as much public resources as water and are also necessary ingredients for growing food.

 

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One Response to Labour counters facts with threats

  1. Bulaman says:

    They already tax the air, it is called ETS

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