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Current GST system is terminal: Porter

Western Australian Treasurer Christian Porter has welcomed an interim report on the carve-up of GST revenue, which has flagged changes to a system Mr Porter says is broken and in need of reform.

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Perth
WHy are there no West Australians or Queenslanders on the GST review committee? Why is it that the states who earn the most are not represented? Can we really expect a fair shake from three representatives from states where the dependancy mindset is seen as an entitlement at birth?

The current GST distribution set-up is unsustainable. Its socialistic in the extreme and completely discourages the dependent state governments from improving their sytems of government and institutions. It relies on mediocrity and holds back the progressive states. In fact it is quite Unfair and tantamount to an individual receiving hand-outs for their continued lack of improvement. The sooner this country is rid of the traitorous fabian socialist Labor party the better.

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