"dishonestly" are you sure?
because then you could complain to the Charity Commission, headed by a Labour Party Card carrier unless I'm mistaken. Here let me help:
Other views include
"I am in favor (sic) of cutting taxes under any circumstances and for any excuse, for any reason, whenever it's possible. The reason I am is because I believe the big problem is not taxes, the big problem is spending. The question is, "How do you hold down government spending?" Government spending now amounts to close to 40%* of national income not counting indirect spending through regulation and the like. If you include that, you get up to roughly half. The real danger we face is that number will creep up and up and up. The only effective way I think to hold it down, is to hold down the amount of income the government has. The way to do that is to cut taxes."
*an American interview, it's higher here
Al alternative perspective might be that offered by Senator Everett Dirksen, US politician (1896 - 1969)
"A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon it adds up to real money."
Then there's Hayek on three types of money: (precised badly by me): "my money, our money, your money, which type do you think I look after most carefully?"
Of course (HT Guido Fawkes) there's the sanctimonious squad doing what they criticise others for: http://order-order.com/2010/12/03/labours-lippy-lisa-looks-a-little-lame/
Or perhaps you prefer off balance sheet quangos where even the tea boy is worth £500,000/yr (paid by tax)
Just wondering what you are actually talking about?