Idea number 54 for Len

Congestion tax for AucklandLen Brown has compiled his list of 100 things he did in 100 days. He isn’t releasing it yet, its a secret. They aren’t big things, they aren’t even projects most of them and quite a few are just slogans.

If he beleived in himself and his ideas he would promote the really big ideas, especially to get things done like his Rail Loop.

So in the spiriti of good governance Iw ill help him out. Just like i have done with the Labour party in gifting them a slogan, and like Cactus Kate gifting them a tax policy. I gift Len Brown idea number 54.

A Congestion Tax – with all proceeds going to fund his rail loop.

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