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Stop playing games with NZers

Stop playing games with NZers

Rodney Hide Thursday, 14 July 2005

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ACT Leader Rodney Hide today called on Labour, National and NZ First to stop treating Kiwi voters with contempt and stop playing games.

“These three parties should front up to New Zealand voters.

“Helen Clark should declare the election date.

“Don Brash should declare National’s tax cut package, so Kiwis can make up their own minds about it.

“Winston Peters should declare who he is going to support after the election, so voters decide, not him.

“These three parties do not trust Kiwis to make up their own minds on issues.

“At least one thing is clear, if National has to rely on NZ First to form a government, there will be no tax cuts.

“ACT trusts New Zealanders to make the right decisions.

“The only way hardworking Kiwis will get a tax cut is by giving ACT their Party Vote on election day,” Mr Hide said.


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