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  • @ James

    No sooner were the words out of your mouth about disenfranchisement before some RJ (or is that really JR – backwards in more ways than one – LOL) takes a swipe at THAT RIGHT TO DISAGREE AND TO OPPOSE. Who the cap fits, let them wear it.

    We ABSOLUTELY AGREE about how destructively misleading PROPAGANDA is in today’s political climate. The issues before us (Bahamas) are too significant to allow “politics as normal” to be applied. The foundation for the next 50 years is being laid (economically) and clearly those who reigned in the last 50 years are doing all in their power to maintain that position of economic dominance.

    We (the masses) must allow our education to work for us. We must go beyond the goal post that Hubert Ingraham and Perry Christie have set for us (hotel workers, clearical staff in financial institutions and low-end civil servants).

    THERE IS NO OTHER WAY TO SAY THIS – OWNERSHIP OF THE BUSINESSES THAT DRIVE THIS ECONOMY MUST BE OUR GOAL, OUR ONLY GOAL. Along the way we will confront people like “JR” who still function out of a mindset that is passe to the young and thoughtful Bahamian. You will still have to apply “blistering criticism” to the backsides of those who remain “party supporters” regardless (they are loyal to a fault).

  • @JR

    I sure you’re not someone who USE to identify himself as Russell Johnson (LOL). If you hear from Russell ask him to turn in his HOME WORK (ha,ha,ha!!!)

    Thanks, but no thanks. We prefer to discuss this and every other political issue that has the effect of limiting economic prospects for Bahamians in ways that are so far-reaching that it’s impact will still be “playing itself out” into (and maybe beyond the lifespan)of generations yet unborn, IN PLAIN SIGHT, provided you sanction it. And we are begging for your indulgence. Don’t you hear us, please, please, please (sarcasm).

  • JR

    @STORM, James and Charles. Please go and discuss this over coffee or something!

  • @ James

    “… consider yourself entitled than others.” What in the world are you talking about? Or, is this a necessary accusation (unfounded though it is) to make another critical point or to form the base of your response, therefore it has to be said TRUTH OR LIE. I understand, James (LOL).

    FACT – The PLP (not mine – perhaps you need to read my other post on BP – seriously) promised to STOP THE SALE and ACQUIRE the property owned by Nancy Oakes as part of their campaign. They did so upon being elected as the government.

    I object, to the point of resentment of it, your notion of supposedly “complimenting” what you describe as “intellectual superiority.” Home Boy I am not of that ilk, so let’s just discuss matters with the view of informing each others opinion. If I was looking for a light to shine on me then I would use my proper name in postings (surname as well).

    The question of us having another opportunity to revisit the BTC proposed sale is a mute point – we all know that the general elections are scheduled for 2012. What is being demonstrated (no pun intended), is the “leaning” of the people with regards to the deal now. This should inform the decision of the C&W executives, because they NOW KNOW that there is a real, very likely possibility that the sale will be challenged, even if it is executed by this sitting government. That is the broader point of this exercise – or reason for the public resistance. Speak to this and leave-out the psychological babble.

  • Propoganda is a tool of the very wicked. Storm you are much too talented to allow yourself to become a vehicle of propoganda. I also submit for your consideration that the majority of bahamians are sick and tired of propoganda. Respectfully I will never attempt to disenfrachise anyone of their rights, therefore I find it very offensive when someone attempts to negate my rights. We must learn to disagree respectfully otherwise we jeopardize the freedom we enjoy.

  • James

    Storm thankyou for the engagement. It is apparent that you are a very intelligent individual. However it is equally apparent that you consider yourself more entitled than others. The sweetheart bill was defeated by a free election. Your plp can promise a reversal of the btc sale as a part of their 2012 platform. And as provided by our free electoral process the Bahamas will agree or disagree by majority vote. So storm despite your intellectual superioty you must at some point realise that your power is equal to one, my power is equal to one. Individually We are all equal to one, collectively we decide our course. Do not under estimate the other side, history shows we speak pound and clear when it counts.

  • @ James

    Are you the replacement spokesman to Charles?

    Let’s embrace your rationale for a few minutes and apply it to Egypt. They had elections, over and repeatedly, but due to INTIMIDATION, VICTIMIZATION AND FRAUD the desire of the people was suppressed. Are you saying that we should just tolerate whatever is done, even when it is GLARINGLY STUPID, in the name of waiting patiently until 2012? Are the elected officials representative empowered by us to do what we determine is in our best interest? Or, are they rogues who simply do whatever they deem pleasing, and this without regards for our well-being and despite our protest?

    If your “logic” (other words are more appropriate) holds then when the FNM introduced what was commonly called “the sweetheart bill” in 2001 it should have proceeded into law despite the outcry against it (be cause they were the duly elected representatives of the people and the election was scheduled for 2002 – the next year) hmmmm. The referendum outcome revealed that Bahamians “rejected” that proposal in 2001 and never wanted such a law introduced, this despite the fact that the ENTIRE FNM LEADERSHIP IN PARLIAMENT VOTED FOR IT AND CAMPAIGNED TO HAVE THE BILL BECOME LAW (James, do you know the meaning of the word DEJA VU). Except for the intervening process of the referendum, that “garbage” would have become the law of the land. Taken to its logical conclusion, your position when applied to that factual matter of 2001 (used to illustrated the shortcomings of your position) and the current BTC SALE as proposed WHICH HAS THE SAME REAL SUPPORT ON THE GROUND AMONG POTENTIAL VOTERS, MAKES NO SENSE.

    After reading your post I still say the FNM needs to find people who are better at the craft of “propoganda” to advance their position and to carry their message. Of course, you will deny being an “operative” (but the evidence is in your writings for all and sundry to see). You remind me of Charles. Tell him hello for me when you go to the next FNM Branch Meeting and Strategy Session.

  • We gon get 3G and cheap iphone n blackberry. Thank God for da LIME. Union Terrorist gats to go!

  • All free Bahamian are entitled to their opinion, a failure to accept, recognize and respect an opposing position can threathen democracy. This btc debate illustrates the real difference between the two political philosophies. Progressive Bahamian demonstrated democratic revolution in 1992 and 2007. The current atmosphere of desperation by the power hungry suggest that they fear that there will be no reversal in 2012. The majority of Bahamians are now committed to real progression and equality for All rather than the select few. The reality is that btc and all other public corps have been abused  mainly through political interference to enrich the greedy at the expense of the masses. These business models and methods are not sustainable in a developing Bahamas. Moving forward will require more significant changes to improve the efficiency of vital national systems. Forward, onward, upward together  

  • Charles, why are you such an ASS? If you were directly affected by this BTC giveaway you would be on Bay Street this morning at 8am and urging all of us to support you. Have you ever heard about standing up for Principal, no matter the cost? Have you ever sttod up for what you believed in or have you always gone along with whatever people pushed down your stupid throat? You are an ASS of the highest order and I am ashamed of people like you. Shutting down the country will benefit all of us. I am not directly affected by this BTC saga but I am willing, if needs be, to shut the doors to my business for a week if it becomes necessary to remove this damn dictator from office and stop the GIVEAWAY SALE OF BTC TO THOSE DRAG ASSES. Get a life JACKASS.

  • FAILING TO HEAR THE CRY OF ONE, THEN HEARING THE CRIES OF MANY COMES AND BY THAT TIME SHAME HAS COVERED THE FACE OF THOSE WHO HAD OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE THE NECESSARY CHANGES. Pride comes before a fall and a haughty spirit before destruction. This is the word which would remind all to read history of what befalls those who forget they are here but for a very short period.
    INJUSTiCE TO ONE IS INJUSTICE TO ALL. Whatever happened to The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. An individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for the law. Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals. A man can’t ride your back unless it’s bent.A march against a wicked regime is at bottom the language of the unheard. Discrimination, indifference, disempowerment in every waking moment of the lives of Bahamians to remind them that the lie of their inferiority is accepted as truth in the society dominating them where in hypocrisy is unchallenged, demand your rights to equality in your country.He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.
    Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Good bahamain’s we are very fortunate to live in an advanced democracy where the peoples representatives are Hired in a civil electoral process. The reality is the majority of Bahamians freely elected the existing government to manage the affairs of our bahamaland until 2012. And in a democratic society such as our beloved Bahamas we the electorate are entitled to be represented by our elected officials. In 2012 collectively we will once again have the privilege to freely elect our desired representatives. Until that time those mandating a change are required to convince/persuade the electorate by promoting intelligent plans and proposing better solutions. However it appears that a few with very dangerous personal/political agendas, much too little tolerance and patience or respect for process are promoting revolt as an alternative. This attitude and its associated intellectual dishonesty must be suppressed by all patriotic and noble Bahamians, from all sectors and sides, because while freedom to express ourselves peacefully is important; revolt is a double edge sword without boundaries and only a very few true benefactors. Be wise Bahamas.

  • @ Charles

    You are a basket case, in a real sorry state of mind. Now you are attempting to put distance between yourself and your earlier position. I KNEW YOU WOULD BE A WASTE OF TIME – HOW ABOUT WRITING SOMETHING COHERENT, SENSIBLE AND ON TOPIC – ANSWER THE POINTS THAT I CHALLENGED YOU ON – DO THAT.

  • @ Charles
    You can’t “cuss” you way out of presenting an intelligent response to the post – HOME BOY.

    I am not surprised though – JOKERS LIKE YOU HAVE NO INTELLIGENT POINTS TO PRESENT – you wanted a debate on the merits of Bahamians lawfully protesting the proposed BTC sale (and boy did you get it). Now, in an effort to “jive” your way around not responding to a level of debate that you might find “over your head,” you are making the site X-rated with your cussing and carrying-on. You are a reflecting the mindset of those who support the FNM bro. and you look shameful. Are you one of those RALLY FOLLOWERS/SLAVES WHO ASSEMBLES WHERE AND WHEN THEY ARE TOLD to ride on trucks blasting music, wave pom-poms, wear tee shirts and hats, and drinks rum until you are pissy drunk? Or, are you JUST ANOTHER BONE HEAD WHO BEGS MPs TO FIND HIM A JOB BECAUSE HE CAN’T MAKE IT ON HIS OWN MERITS?

    DR. ELWOOD DONALDSON IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT WHEN HE SAYS: THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN THOSE AMONG US WHO ARE WILLING TO SELL-OUT THE REST OF US.

    P.S. ALTEC, SORRY BUT THIS GUY WAS BEGGING FOR IT.

    • @ storm sorry state of mind because all dont agree with you guys.., im not FNM or PLP, for sure, but a bahamian who would father vote for change than cause someone to go back 110 yrs because of my personal political belief…….why dont all you guy with money pay my salary for the next 30 day $7000. an i would surely sit on bay street for 45 days….ok it all about me for now Dr. Donalson, Stom, Ossie, Gorman, and crew. Some of us are so lost in spite because we never got to be LEADER. maybe we aint have what it take.So we hide behind these name promoting discord while we have one foot in the grave….it time u all along with Perry and HIA GO fishing for good. and let the youth take over. ok Dr. for what its worth

  • @ Charles: Drink a glass of water take a few pills and calm down. What a hateful and spiteful person you are. Do you believe that you are the only person with an opinion? If your party was truly elected by the people as you say,shouldn’t these same people today, be able to sing praises or, verse their objections to something they agree or disagree with? If the PLP or any other party is voted in and lose focus on those of whom, voted them in they, should be reminded and called out on their short coming. Any government aim should be to bring stability to it’s citizens not discord

  • If this sale is completed, I would like to learn from the government and C & W what could Bahamians expect from them when it comes to our land phones? From what I understand, landlines are not going to be a priority, maybe not even on their list of low priorities. Seems the PM is their leading salesman to prepare Bahamians for the disappearance of landlines? Also, what is G & W’s plan on providing free services to ZNS to ensure islanders will be able to continue listening to ZNS, without it costing the them or Bahamas government fees?

  • @Charles

    You don’t get it – do you. THIS IS ABOUT A PEOPLE WHO ARE TIRED OF THEIR HORSE (COUNTRY) AND ALL OF IT’S STRENGHT (OPPORTUNITIES) BEING USED TO PLOW THE FIELDS OF “EVERYONE ELSE” AND BEING TOLD, WHEN IT THEIR TURN TO USE THEIR HORSE, THAT THE HORSE IS TIRED OR SICK (THE HORSE CAN’T WORK FOR THEM)!!

    If that illustration doesn’t work for you then read on, Charles.

    C&W is “following the scent of economic opportunity” and the fact that they are here says several things. These are some of the considerations:

    (1) We are a politically passive and character docile people who are still naive when it comes to understanding “how the world works” and “where the NEXT opportunity will come from”.

    If you think that C&W is buying BTC to enter a mobile market that is already saturated and they have no other reason beyond making money from Bahamians for being here, then you are out to lunch.

    They are here (Bahamas) to capitalize on the opportunity that our good diplomatic relationship with Cuba WILL PROVIDE. Cuba is expected to “open” within the next 8 years and when it does it will be the last frontier in this western world for businesses to get in on at the ground floor level. With the best educated people per capita in the western world, capitalism is bound to be embraced. Unfortunately for USA based companies, there is deep resentment between the USA and Cuban governments, which disallows USA based company serious considerations. In comes C&W, based in the Bahamas (why else do you think they are about to incorporate themselves in The Bahamas)- a country that has enjoyed good relationships with Cuba in their darkest moments. A country with exchange students programs, doctors and teachers exchanges, etc. – Cuba’ friend. Cuba even allowed BTC to lay fiber optic cable right off it’s coast – the USA companies wouldn’t dream of asking for such consideration. Therefore, C&W will become the natural “middle man” to route communications from Cuba to the USA, etc. This will produce billions yearly. This is why they are here, Charles. The same applies to the cable off the cosat of Haiti (supply services between the USA mainland and all countries south of The Bahamas).

    (2) Your inheritance of economic opportunites (because of location) is being sold to others. Do you think the Americans would have sold us the land called California after they discovered gold there? Do you think the Arabs would have sold us the entire middle east after they found oil there? No, oh no, but here you are Charles boy, going on and on about guns, knives and stones. The level of fiction that you are applying really doesn’t do your party – THE FNM – good. They need to send persons better at the craft of spreading propagand (my humble opinion). But on the other, it may be you’re all that’s left.

    • Storm, besides Erin Green’s argument you present a compelling case. It smells of conspiracy theory but I will give you compelling. I think it is unfair though to accuse everyone who does not agree with your opinion of being an ‘operative’ – that also smells of conspiracy theory. Here is the deal for me. I appreciate both sides of the argument – the intelligent arguments for opposition that is not the racist, zenophobic junk that I’ve heard pouring out of the mouths of politicians and repeated by their followers and unions. It was S&P and the PLP that continuously highlighted our tenuous economic position, not the FNM. They told us we were being lied to when the FNM told us things were getting better. So when I say that we are in a desperate situation in need of capital infusion NOW, I am not promoting fear in favor of the governing party, I am reacting to what the opposition has constantly put out there.

  • **STORM** I agree with your thoughts to an extent, however should you be using the BTC deal to over come those issues within the Government. Remember it is not the government that goes in those boxes and vote them selves into party it is us the people that does that. So when you want to speak about change, knowledge is power to the people and the words you speak the people needs to hear it not the Government, cause it isn’t them who care about change it is us the people. I don’t personally think Bay street is the way to make the change because the unions are only using your views and another body to frustrate the system in the time when it is not needed. with your views and understanding you need to spread the word of change through other avenues but not have it be destracted by the sale of BTC, because you did mentiong you would have thought that we would be looking pass that, however your views on bay will be clouded by it if you step in the square.

  • I want all who wants to be on that front line take notice that the other people who you thought would be fighting by your side isn’t, because they are so much different (sarcastic moment) from the party who in power. The union must-be the Government that the people put in power to run this country.

    Its only the cookie monsters who can’t give up the cookie and thats why they polluting everyone else head with garbage. Worried about giving up power aye.

    All THIS ENERGY THEY PUTTING INTO THE SALE OF BTC WHY DON’T THEY USE THIS ENERGY TO SAY LETS WORK TOGETHER WITH THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ROYAL BAHAMAS POLICE FORCE AND TRY TO BRING CRIME TO A STOP FOR OUR FAMILY AND KIDS.

    We have priorities mixed right up, am suprise that other companies are even interested in spending money in our country when crime is so bad.

    LIKE IT IS SAID LETS READ BAHAMAS, LETS THINK BAHAMAS.

    • Reading these posts I am beginning to wonder whether or not this entire site is skewed to one side. I have to wonder to what “energy” are you referring when you say “all that energy”. Everything works together in tandem. When economic advances occur – no matter who is in power – it improves the social condition of the country. Crime is not a government problem its a societal one for which households are mostly responsible (one of the major pillars of the economic diagram). Nonetheless governments must respond with the mechanisms available to them, being manipulation of the economy and furtherance of social service programs and a better education system, the latter two are lagging in finding appropriate answers at the moment but as we are in a recession the eonomic condition is the most pressing (for the sake of immediate results). Let’s not stick our hands in the sand and pretend that the government is ignoring crime or that the sale of BTC is occurring in a vacuum. There are a lot of factors colliding that is causing decisions to be made to save our economic future. WHile that comes at a very heavy price. Bahamians memories tend to only last for the 6 months prior to election anyway. I am disappointed that hardly anyone is considering each side of the debate.

  • When the dust finally settles (after the protest march and regardless of whether or not it changes things), we will still have the same scenario where a candidate, once elected to parliament, IS NOT RECALLABLE until the end of his/her term as an MP. IS THIS WHAT YOU (BAHAMIANS) WANT????

    I was hoping that WE (the voters) WOUILD BE LOOKING BEYOND THE SYMPTOMS OF THIS C&W MATTER AND DEAL WITH THE CAUSE OF THIS AND OTHER INSTANCES OF CONTINUED POOR REPRESENTATION. AND THAT IS BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE A SYSTEM IN PLACE TO RECALL MPs.

    We cannot and must not allow the PLP to ride back into the seat of power on the horse called “emotions of the moment” without TELLING US N-O-W THAT THEY WILL IMMEDIATELY INTRODUCE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS THAT ALLOWS MPs TO BE RECALLED AND SPELL OUT THE CONDITIONS. THE REFERENDUM TO ALLOW FOR THIS AND OTHER CHANGES (e.g. gambling locally) CAN BE COMBINED. THIS MUST HAPPEN WITHIN 90 – 120 DAYS AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTIONS AND THERE IS NO NEED FOR THE PLP NOT TO DRAFT THE BILL N-O-W AND PUT SUCH IN CIRCULATION N-O-W, UNLESS THEY ARE NOT SERIOUS.

    The days of backward looking evaluation and assessments as THE MAIN CONSIDERATION MUST BE BROUGHT TO AN END BY US (BAHAMIANS). Both parties relish the idea of voters combing through THE PAST 5 YEARS OF THE INCUMBENTS RECORD and hosting debate after debate about the past. In this way the opposition party doesn’t have to present better ideas, because the voter is distracted by the past record and naturally getting angry about this, that and the other of the past. Then we (voters) go into the voting booth and vent our frustration on whomever is governing us at the time. THIS IS WHY (IN OUR SHORT INDEPENDENT HISTORY) WE HAVE NOT YET CONSCIOUSLY VOTED IN A GOVERNMENT WE LIKE – WE JUST VOTE OUT GOVERNMENTS WE DISLIKE. AND WE SEEM POISED TO DO THE SAME THING AGAIN IN 2012. We are soon disappointed by the results of our actions, then the beat goes on – we vote out the next one. STOP!! THINK!! We need to put our focus on the intended replacement to ensure that WE ARE NOT REPLACING ONE BAD DECISION WITH ANOTHER EQUALLY BAD DECISION.

    So, my point is that unless WE DEMAND THE SAFEGUARDS so that no one is able to abuse us, we will be repeatedly abused through what is suppose to be a system that empowers us to choose someone to speak for us (the person has a sort of security of tenure – against our wishes and our best interest for 5 years). LET’S SEE THE PLP ADDRESS THIS FUNDAMENTAL POINT OF CHANGE. NO! WE DON’T WANT TO HEAR TOO MUCH ABOUT 2007 – 2012 UNDER THE FNM BECAUSE THE CHALLENGES FOR OUR NATIONS WOULD HAVE MOVED FORWARD TO 2012 – 2017 AND BEYOND. AND IF THE PLP CAN’T PRESENT CLEARLY WORDED PLANS, TELL US IN DETAILS HOW AND WHEN THEY WILL EXCUTE THEM, AND GIVE US A BROAD NATIONAL PLAN (WHICH INCORPORATES ALL OF THE SMALLER PLANS) THAT BEGINS WITHIN THE 2012 – 2017 PERIOD AND CONTINUES BEYOND IT, HOW THEN CAN THEY BE A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT TO THIS SAME PROBLEM WITH THE FNM.

    WE have had enough of the shallow politics AND MUST SAY SO. If one “try on” a shoe on one foot and it is tight and uncomfortable, only the “most foolish” thinks that if they ask for the opposite foot of shoe and try it on there will be a different outcome – WAKE UP!!!

    p.s. If anyone hears from Altec, please ask him to challenge me on these points.

    • My people go to work to feed and care for your family snd yourself……..what sweet your mouth, and false emotion, will surely bitter your ass when the bottom drops out…and the money political people and union leader who are slackers run and leaves you holding the empty bag….we have a democracy that been in place since 1779…wow. now we want revolt? get elected and make the changes you so desire sir. if you are in fact electable…STOP USING POOR PEOPLE TO HIDE YOU LACK OF ANYTHING SENSIBLE.
      you dont see fankie and the monies plps/ fnms trying to call for a armed revolt??? no they making money, much more money ok….for what its worth

      • I truly want to believe that you are sincere but it is one thing for you to say “as for me and my house…” but you are vociforously discouraging others from exercising their civil rights. I can’t understand that one. You do what you must and let others do what they must. Like you they would have considered the consequences and are ready to face them. Its that simple.

  • @Charles: It is obvious you have a one track mind, party this, party that. If we sit back and allow any party,PLP,FNM,NDP etc., to walk all over us and give away everything that is sacred to us then we are no different from dumb animals who live from day to day depending on scraps fed to us. This land is your land, this land is my land and it is our, God given rights to defend it, if not for us, then for the inheritance of our children, born and unborn. So let us stop sticking politics in a matter such as this knowing quite well that the, BTC 51% giveaway is the focus here. Let us defend our Bahama Land and stop trying to sow discord among our people in order to fulfill our own warped agenda.

  • @ Altec
    See Altec, I didn’t call Charles any names. I just rebutted the obvious “political message” (promote fear to cause would-be demonstrastos not to participate – FNM propaganda) that Charles was GIVEN TO SPREAD.

    • @storm, how many would benifit from shutting down the country?? we are now out of our mind people……election is 1 yr away…we sure dumber than we appear. when we start with civil unrest it never stops, let yoga bear union head go get a life, and evans go with her, people have to many issues with all these guys to be used by the PLP/FNM…no im not a plant, but I have much sense to not follow PGC…we cant hate one man and one decision to destroy our “BAHAMA LAND”??? wow! i hope Storm you be on the front of the firing line….for what its worth

  • @ Charles
    Charles, Charles, Charles, WE MUST BRING POOR POLITICAL REPRESENTATION TO AN END – BAHAMIANS MUST DO IT – AND THE “FEARS” THAT YOU ITEMIZED AS “CONCERNS” IS A COMMON DENOMINATER IN THE LIVES OF ALL PEOPLE, IN EVERY COUNTRY WHERE THEY EVENTUALLY “PUT THEIR FOOT DOWN”.

    It is because we have wives and children, and because we want earnings and job security FOR ALL, CHARLES, that the we find it necessary to tske this step. You are not exempted from the policies of “opportunities denial to locals” Charles, they and it just haven’t got to you yet.

  • Plz Charles get on the bus or you will get left behind there is a change in the air can’t you feel it, to late to try and stop this one.

  • Aw Lawd Poor Hubert….. He gone pack his suitcase our young people ant playing with you neither your son Zhivargo Laing the most lazy My for Marco City…….. Come election day us young peopple voting yall out and voting in the Man who i feel care for the people the
    Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie… The PLP Youths Care FOr You…. So Register Now………

  • PLPs meeting at Ft. Charlotte. I getting my New Balance out for this one.

    • What time are we meeting at the FORT?

      • I going to WORK, NO WORK NO PAY< ALL THEM JUST ALIKE, PLP/FNM…SO DONT BE USED BY THE POLITICAL UNIONS AND PERRY. THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE WON BY THE VOTE….WHEN YOU START UP RISING IT NEVER STOPS REMEMBER HISTORY OF THE WORLD FOLKS, REMEMBER YOUR CHILDREN, MOM, DAD, AND THE SECURITY THEY NOW ENJOY….REMEMBER THE DARK FORCES OF EVIL WITH THE MANY GUNS HIDDEN, JUST WAITING FOR THE CHANCE TO TAKE OVER YOUR HOMES…..STAY HOME AND PROTECT YOUR FAMILIES, CAUSE PERRY DEM GAT BODY GUARDS WITH GUNS……DONT BE FOOLED BY THE FOOLISH

        • I so agree with you Charles. Who wants this country to look like Egypt or Lybia? Protest always end in violence, why dont we just stay home and PRAY for this country. If we have jobs go to work and and give our Employers a full days work.