Liberal Candidate for Gilmore Warren Mundine has dismissed promises made by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten during his Nowra Visit as hypocritical.
One of those for an additional 50 public servants at the Department of Human Services...to help out in areas like Centrelink, the NDIS and other services for pensioners.
Mr Mundine says Labor's tax reform agenda will leave those with self-managed super funds up to $12,000 a year worse off.
He says the Morrison Government has got the budget back under control and doesn't need to take more of other peoples money.
"That's been able to set aside money so that we can do projects like the Princes Highway, so we can look at investment to get people into jobs and that we can afford the NDIS and not start looking at whacking bigger taxes and more taxes on people to pay for these things," Mr Mundine said.