Facts speak louder than statistics

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Electric Lies Are Their 'Current' Approach.

Politicians always claim they are going to fix the economy. They promise shiny new things for all based on their make believe ideologies and dodgy accounting.

The proposals need to be questioned, here’s how the conversation should go:

Politician: I’m going to fix the economy!

You: So what is your plan for reducing electricity prices?

Politician: There isn't one.

You: Then you don’t actually have a plan to fix the economy. Come back to me when you do, meanwhile I will seek out a candidate who really does have a plan.

High electricity prices are crippling the economy. People now have less money to spend outside of buying the basic essentials and as a result they aren’t spending money on things such as entertainment, home improvements etc. In turn businesses suffer since there is less demand for their services. Businesses are also laying off staff and increasing their prices to cover high electricity costs. And when that fails they are simply going out of business which increases unemployment and reduces spending in the economy.

The major parties don’t intend to deal with rising electricity costs so they don’t have a plan for fixing the economy. Any promises they make are false and should be held against them.

It’s time for us to direct our votes away from them. There are other choices, it’s time we voted the establishment out and vote in people who will serve the country.

If we don’t we can stop complaining about the problems because a vote for the major parties is a vote for the status quo no matter what dodgy reasoning is used to justify it. For example claims that the economy will suffer due to uncertainty of new parties governing are false. The economy will suffer due to the certainly that the two party dictatorship will deliberately collapse it.

The economy has been working in spite of our governments, not because of them but all their deliberate mismanagement has been taking its toll. They've got to go as soon as possible or it will be too late to fix anything.

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