Tax Credits a-go-go!

Written by Herrdoktorfox

Monday, 2 August 2010

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Ian frantically dreaming up ways to recoup taxpayers money?

In yet another stunning Dickensian shake up from the rip-snorting, myopic sighted and thoroughly brain dead Coalition Government, Ian Clunkhead Smith has announced more welfare cuts!This time the boyo is getting stuck into Tax Credits and intends to abolish them.

Great idea Sherlock, we all know that this open chequebook has been abused for years when in actual fact it could have been monitored at source! Thus, without having thought anything out-seemingly a prerequisite for any politician these days-Clunkhead boldly steams ahead with this doomed plan to recoup a few coppers of taxpayers money.

With no thought of the knock on effect or, for that matter, the 'ooman rights act' which dooms any such plan null and void before it gets off the ground; Scenario: for every indigenous lowlife, immigrant and Chav scrounging and fiddling away claiming existing tax credits there are many genuinely needy family units most of whom will be hit hardest by such a move due to being too honest!

Simplification of the existing scheme is fine on paper but will not work in practise.

Whatever, Clunkhead brings out it will be abused if not periodically checked at source.

And this is where it all goes down the swanee, the minute someone is accused of not being needy they will produce umpteen kids, under the existing kids act, 'ooman rights act and every other act, of which there are hundreds, all will be in breach of something in the hands of a good good luck with this one Smiffy!

Kay Burley is busy trimming her bush and not available for comment!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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