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Comments on Peter Martin: Saturday Forum: How not to save a surplus.





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Dear Fred,Thanks.You are not the first person to h...

2007-08-26T19:12:00.000+10:00

Dear Fred,

Thanks.

You are not the first person to have said that you find it hard to post comments on my blog.

But it seems easy for me. I'll contact you to find out exactly what about it is proving difficult for you.

Kindest regards,

Peter



Fred Argy writes:Hi Peter,I read your interesting ...

2007-08-26T19:07:00.000+10:00

Fred Argy writes:

Hi Peter,

I read your interesting piece on "jam-jar money" in Saturday's paper. I agree with most of it but I think you are too hard on hypothecation. While it reduces fiscal flexibility, it has one big advantage: Australians can see where their money is going – education, the environment, health etc. – and this helps reconnect citizens to the tax system. It offers a unique form of participatory democracy. The evidence is that most citizens do not trust governments and disapprove of taxes for vague, unspecified government spending.

By the way, your web site is very hard to access if ever I want to post a comment. If you welcome comments, what should I do to gain access? I have tried to register without success.