Talk is cheap

Published on Author Dan Moskovitz1 Comment

The government has changed their stance on immigration in regards to construction, with an estimated 30 thousand foreign workers to be brought in to fill a skills shortage so the government can build houses.

It just goes to show how much policy can change between opposition and government.

In opposition, they wanted to slash immigration by as much as 30 thousand.

Now they are bringing in 30 thousand workers.

Populism gets you into government, but once you are in, all of a sudden that populism can’t translate into real policy.

I expect we will see this in every change of government ever, to be honest.

But that’s democracy.

One response to Talk is cheap

  1. They didn’t get in by populism.
    Cindy et al (to their surprise) were gifted the NZ government by Winston and NZFirst.
    They Lost to National, everyone did……

    So get your popcorn and sit back, it’s going to get better.

    Looking forward to your commentary about the Maori kids who failed at normal school, doing well at Charter school and now……..
    and The Naki one of our successful regions……

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