David Cameron: 1p cut in national insurance
1p is about 2 cents. What he does mean – but won’t say it, is a 1% cut in national insurance for small businesses.
OK, small businesses are finding hard in the UK – well guess what, they are finding hard all over this planet. But – David Cameron is a Conservative – that means he isn’t for the average man/woman, he is for business – he is one of those who would and is fighting for the same kind of policies of Bush.
Cameron is a de-regulator – hell – he even feels that charities can do a better job of running The National Health Service than those who are running it now. Either that – or basically privatising the Health Service in the UK. The Tories LONG for the day the NHS is back in private hands. He likes the US system of insurance. He won’t tell you that either.
But this 1p cut. It is, well…confusing. This – with a VAT (Value Added Tax) holiday. What the hell is it with Conservatives and tax holidays? By the way – even though he is calling for a VAT holiday – he and his party will ask that small businesses pay the ‘fine’ of 7.5% on monies not paid on time. Odd that he is asking to help businesses with a poultry 600 quid and then fining them for it. But that is the way Conservatives do business – always have, always will do.
He said the reduction should last six months for companies which employ four staff or fewer.
Mr Cameron told the BBC many small businesses would “be going to the wall unless they get help”.
Mr Cameron said it was a “real tragedy” that Labour had built up the “biggest budget deficit in the industrialised world“, reducing scope for more tax cuts to stimulate the economy.
Bigger than the US deficit? WOW! The US ain’t that bad off then, eh?
“We would like it if there was a magic wand. If we were like Sweden and had a budget surplus we could do much more.” [Cameron said.]
Mr Cameron also said he wanted a six-month VAT holiday for small and medium-sized firms and called on local authorities to pay small businesses within 20 days for their services, rather than 30.
For Labour, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Yvette Cooper said she was confused over how the Tories planned to pay for the national insurance cut.
A magic wand? WTF is the man talking about? Is he speaking directly to Harry Potter?
And this is the man who says that he can lead the UK?
Oh sweet Jesus.