Thursday, October 09, 2008

ACT up National down

The latest Roy Morgan Poll shows National Party support at 40.5% ((down 7%) not good) , with small lead over the Labour Party at 37.5% (up 1%). If the Election were held this weekend there would be a hung Parliament in New Zealand with either major party capable of forming a governing coalition.

Greens is at 9% (up 2.5%) Can you imagine the Greens holding the balance of power....???

NZ First is 4% (down 1%) The boat is sinking for Winston.

ACT NZ 3.5% (up 2%) ACT is on the up and up. People want ACT to be tough on crime.

Maori Party 2% (up 0.5%) Expected a slightly higher result.

Progressive Alliance 1% (up 1%)

United Future 1% (up 0.5%)

Others and Independents 1.5% (up 0.5%) Mcgilligutty Serious in full effect???

This is not good news at all for NZ. Is NZ better off now than in 1999 when Labour came into power? NO it is not. If you think it is your name might end in Cullen and Clark???

Crime is up drastically. Red tape is strangling everything, the Police are not capable of doing their job with confidence, taxes are still high, there is a P epidemic, NZ has practically no military or Air Force, the economic climate is slowing as is the real estate market, the whole country is turning into a PC community, and to top it off wages are low and everything is outstandingly expensive in NZ. The people have the power to make a true and real change for the better.

Why do the NZ people appear to be happy being jipped? There is 4 weeks for change. Do your research on ACT at Look at their policy, look at what they are going to do to be TOUGH ON CRIME with their Law and Order Policy, look at their policy on tax and giving the power back to the people, cutting red tape, fixing Resource Management that is just too much. New Zealand and New Zealanders deserve better than Labour, NZ First and the Greens.

What needs to be done by the NZ voters for change in NZ is to Party Vote ACT and with exception of Epsom and Botany where you chould give both ticks to ACT simple as that.

I hope you make the right decision for you and for New Zealand.

Party Vote ACT

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