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How Many MPs does it take to make a dollar?

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Libertarianz Party
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How Many MPs does it take to make a dollar?

"Annabel Young's scandalous attack on the "Green Dollars" scheme demonstrates that the National Party is simply another party of grasping socialists, spurning anyone keeping the rewards of their own labour", says Libertarianz Leader and Coromandel Candidate, Peter Cresswell. "This silly woman opposes people working hard and trading," he says, "possibly because they are something she and he colleagues clearly aren't - productive!"

"You can tell she can't wait to clamp down on those earning an honest living in order to extract some tax loot from them," says Cresswell. "While the Green Party are simply confused for liking people who make Green Dollars while hating those who make real ones, Libertarianz applauds anyone who finds a way to trade while avoiding the leeches of Inland Revenue. Unlike Annabelle," points out Cresswell, "Green Dollar earners are not receiving income by force, they are earning it."

"Read your Party's constitution Annabelle," he suggests, "and notice you purport to uphold free enterprise and free trade. Green dollar trading hurts no one except you and your hypocritical, unproductive colleagues. Instead of making threats, you might be better employed attempting to understand what it is your party apparently once stood for!"

It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!

ENDS

For more information contact: Peter Cresswell LIBERTARIANZ LEADER (025) 861 927, organon@ihug.co.nz

www.libertarianz.org.nz

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