Valentines day prompted the NSW Premier Christine Keneally to waive the initial cost of becoming hitched. Most people are aware that this forthcoming election would Create lots of pork barreling and minor juicy incentives to vote for the next bunch of loonies seeking control over our lives.
The (Labour) Premier of NSW Australia Kristina Keneally increased the election's vagueness quotient by announcing that, for the next joyful twelve months only, people contemplating marriage will not pay the customary Au$45-00 licence fee.
Desperately seeking votes Kristina explained, "That's not an everyday election giveaway, this is a small gesture on behalf of the State Govt to share the bliss of Valentines day.
Although I am not totally influenced by this priceless gesture, any contribution to ease one' s financial stress received from Govt coffers should be grasped by the love lorn. The future of marriage is very sketchy for the newcomer, if you are experiencing problems prior to taking the plunge, you can be assured they will only get worse later.
Any reduction in taxation would be welcomed anywhere, although our Premier should be looking elsewhere.
So please Kristina" Can we have an Electricity day, Also a car insurance and Rego day and newly weds buying their first cheap hovel, How about a No Stamp Duty day. imagine the savings there Kristina. so please stay your loving self for as long as you reign over us. xxx Swalk". Post 740.
BTW.Too bad that all the people who know how to run a country are too busy driving taxicabs and cutting hair
Saturday, 19 February 2011
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