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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Where, oh where is our 'aggressive recovery', Mr Key?

Armchair Critic puts the obvious question.
He might also have asked, "Why are our loved ones leaving for Australia in unprecedented numbers?" and a dozen other "contrary to what Key promised" questions.
We've been had, New Zealand.

6 comments:

bsprout said...

I think Mr Key is being unfairly treated, he has never claimed to be anything other than what he is and simple research would show that he still operates as did when employed by Merrill Lynch. If we employed a plumber as Prime Minister we would probably have ended up with great pipes, we elected a currency trader and banker and have ended up with....
http://localbodies-bsprout.blogspot.co.nz/2012/05/merrill-lynch-leopards-spots-and-mr-key.html

robertguyton said...

"Smiling Assassin" - who knew?

Anonymous said...

Mind you he's carrying on with the policy settings left by your lot on the left. As a consequence it's no wonder we haven't had the growth to inflate us out of trouble they'd hoped for.

Paranormal

robertguyton said...

'Your lot on the left" get over yourself, paranormal, and start debating the issues as they stand without sinking to that 'your team said' level, which is an ideological block to real understanding.

Anonymous said...

I am guessing we are talking about financial recovery? Now that we are all eel farmers and flax farmers we are ignoring market forces and waiting for the market to catch up. Silly Mr Key, he should have known better to think we would help with agressive recovery.

robertguyton said...

Financil recovery, yes, Anonymous. Why are we, as eel and flax farmers, ignoring market forces? There are markets for both that can be further developed. R&D investment from the Government would assist, were this Government willing to look at anything outside of dairy and mining. Or do you think, as National seems to think, that R&D can be killed off?