Do you have a back up tax policy if this one fails miserably with the public?

Do you have a back up tax policy if this one fails miserably with the public?

Will you scrap it or will you stick to your ideological dogma and go down in flaming glory at the election? You said you may not contend the election if you don't get enough support so that's telling me if people don't like your ideas you will pull the pin rather than adapt and change the policies.

Official response from completed

Flames. We are not here to propose weak and ineffective policies to buy votes like establishment parties. We want to fix things, make a difference, make NZ fair again. 

The people will either indicate they will vote for that or not. Completely up to them

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  • Gareth Morgan
    responded with completed 2016-12-12 10:27:00 +1300
  • Tristan Kiddie
    commented 2016-12-10 14:47:02 +1300
    On the same line… Gareth, are you willing to compromise on the Family Home issue?
  • Oliver Krollmann
    commented 2016-12-10 10:01:44 +1300
    I’m not Gareth – I’m just interested. Gareth would most likely have a more direct access to the TOP website, rather than having to follow each posted question individually.
  • Tim O’Donnell
    commented 2016-12-09 23:15:26 +1300
    I have offered a possible tax option in a thread elsewhere & although I’ve had many positive comment Gareth has yet to make his presence known. Check it out in “How would you make NZ better”. It’s second in most of the positive filters.

    I’m beginning to think Oliver is Gareth since he’s following almost all the treads with substance (either that or he’s someone with special interest in TOP).
  • Tim O’Donnell
    tagged this with i have the same question 2016-12-09 23:15:26 +1300
  • Oliver Krollmann
    followed this page 2016-12-09 20:17:08 +1300
  • Helen Richardson
    published this page in Ask a question about policy #1 2016-12-09 18:34:48 +1300