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Saturday, September 03, 2005

Petrol Prices set to Drop

When TheCullender makes a pronouncement on matters economic you can reliably expect the opposite to happen.

Remember Kyoto which was going to bring in $500m for the grasping Tax Master General? Turns out it will cost Yoon Mi over $1.2m once the Fiscal Fool checks his sums.

Remember only weeks ago there was no money for tax cuts? Now theres Money For Votes like there's no tomorrow.

Well, The Cullender just told us high petrol prices are here for good. So the good news is, the high prices won't be here for long. I'm not going to sell my V8.

He knows bugger all about financial maagement but you' think a historian would have enough brains to look back to the 70s and see how quickly supply and demand brought oil prices back from their tempory peaks, when similar idiots were making similarly foolish predictions.
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Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 9/03/2005 12:01:00 pm


Blogger Paul said...

Well, during the Finance Spokespersons' debate (wasn't the Maori guy a complete fool?!) Cullen did look as though he had a 96 bowser planted painfully where he wouldn't want it. And he just didn't like the idea of John Key satnding there with a metaphorical match.

9/03/2005 09:24:00 pm  

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