The CDR Takes its National Message to the People of ABACO last night

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Christie landed in Abaco yesterday as campaign 2011 heats up.

Christie, Davis and Roberts landed on the island of Abaco as the next government of the Bahamas expose the naked abuse to the people of ABACO.

Roberts told the residents gathered the power plant has yet to be operational. He also told those gathered the plant contractors have packed up and left the plant abandoned without any security.

  • It’s times like this that I laugh at you all when you say you are non-partisan and not biased. “next government of the Bahamas”, please, we all now you guys are PLP operatives

    Un-releated however, I think a third party has a chance of success. They have had time to learn from each-other’s mistakes, and have also learned that sticking it out is the key.

  • Mr. Christie sure does not look good at all, I sure hope he is up to this task and the agony of defeat.

  • The CDR is finish. Third parties in the Bahamas has no place.Stop waisting money.They cant even put on a good rally

    • TIA THE POINT I WAS TRYING TO MAKE WAS THAT 3RD PARTIES DONT EVER EXIST LONG IN THIS COUNTRY, THEY ARE ALMOST ALWAYS ASSIMILATED BY THE FNM OR PLP, THAT IS WHAT I MEANT WHEN I SAY HOW SAD

  • WHEN YOU SAY CDR I THOUGHT YOU MEANT COALITION FOR A DEMOCRATIC REFORM, WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THAT POLITICAL GROUP, OH WAIT THERE FNM NOW UH, HOW SAD

    • TIA

      They are not FNM now. Two of the officers that were apart of the CDR joined the FNM, Charles Maynard and Phenton Neymour – not many went with them. Most of the members rejoined or joined the PLP. The party was incorporated and had a constitution which technically means it still exist.