Big business versus NDIS moochers


'Big business versus NDIS moochers', by Fiona Katauskas. An overweight businessman points accusingly at a boy in a wheelchair, whose companion declares 'Apparently it's his hip-pocket nerve'

Fiona KatauskasFiona Katauskas' work has also appeared in ABC's The Drum, New Matilda, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian, The Financial Review and Scribe's Best Australian political cartoon anthologies.

Topic tags: fiona katauskas, Eureka Street, NDIS



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This sadly demonstrates not only the meanness of anyone who objects to the levy, but also their extreme short-sightedness. The NDIS levy will actually be used in the community to pay for extra services - all of which will be delivered or designed by human beings who will undoubtedly be consumers helping the economic treadmill to turn. .

Patricia R | 08 May 2013  

No matter what the PM's motivation for introducing the NDIS with a levy on taxpayers, Katauska's cartoon has captured the knee-jerk reaction of Big Biz brilliantly. How dare the government decide to target a tax at a crying social need. Doesn't it realise that tax reduces the discretionary spending of Joe Citizen? Discretionary spending that Big Biz spends a fortune on advertising to make less discretionary.

Uncle Pat | 08 May 2013  


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