http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 48662.html
This cunt is new to me.
John O'Connell, from the TaxPayers' Alliance, said the tax system was "too complicated and too burdensome".
"There is a culture of dependency on those out of work... but there is a culture of dependency for working families too and I think that comes through taking too much money in taxes, churning it through bureaucracy which can cost billions of pounds a year and then giving some back as tax credits," he told the BBC.
He said the TaxPayers' Alliance suggested having a lower tax burden and lifting the personal allowance to £10,000 and it was crucial to "engender a culture of responsibility".
"I don't think it's fair that tweaking tax credits makes or breaks whether a family can fill their car with petrol, pay their electricity bills or do their shopping at the end of the week.
"We need to leave more money in the pockets of people who earn the money in the first place."
As ever, the problem is people don't want to work.
I've never heard of a culture of dependency among people working before. Yeah, gimme more crap wages, I fucking love it.
The lowest paid don't reach the tax threshold, you fucking idiot. Raising it doesn't help them.