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The Opposition Leader said he would 'always choose middle and working class Australians over the top two percent' if he had to.
Tax cuts for big companies, punitive measures for poor people, and no mention of climate change.
And he's accusing the PM of favouring millionaires over the middle class.
But he implores them not to pass on budget pain to customers.
Scott Morrison's rose-coloured labour market assumptions will be sabotaged by his own government's war on workers and wages.
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Is "better days ahead" over-egging it?
It's easier to sell than picking on pensioners.
Numbers, numbers, numbers.
And a war with the big banks is now underway.
ScoMo plans for "better days ahead" -- we'll find out Tuesday night what that looks like.
There are plenty of calls for funding, but only so much to go around.
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Here’s what we know so far.
The real debt problem is the asset bubble which threatens the stability of the entire financial system.
But the Treasurer says wait till Tuesday night.