Fancy having a Treasurer with a journo education. They may …

Comment on Manison: No slash and burn approach to fiscal emergency by Colin Saunders.

Fancy having a Treasurer with a journo education. They may need to bring back Clare Martin.
Well the people of the NT got what they voted for. Even a taxi driver knows you can not spend more than you earn.
However, the people who voted for the present NT government should pay and not all the community.
It is a fact that approximately 30% to 35% of the NT population contribute nothing to the economy except for Federal Government hand-outs.
In closing, who is the Phantom? Does not have the guts to put their name to what they write.

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