Cognitive Dissonance

If I were a Bermudian married to a not yet Bermudian - which I'm not - and government was jerking me around with a license costing over $1,000 to own property, while allowing corporations to buy hotel residential units - with tax breaks, I'd be incorporating myself a little company, taking the savings from my tax concession and calling room service from my hotel residence.

Bermudian families get penalised while big business gets special treatment.

Yet another crazy example of compartmentalisation and cognitive dissonance from the party that demonises anyone who dare add branches to the Bermuda family tree and own property in Bermuda. Remember that? The whole we're protecting land from nasty foreign spouses shtick.

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