C. B. Moss to be declared FNM Candidate for Bain and Grants Town

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The man who is said to have only 3 members following him at his church in the Bain and Grants Town constituency will get the FNM nomination for the area.

Nassau, Bahamas — More bad luck has just joined the governing party and when the FNM convention convenes this November 4th, a new face to the party but not unfamiliar to front line politics shall emerge on the political stage.

Bahamas Press can now confirmed Baptist preacher and former PLP Senator, C. B. Moss, shall  be nominated as the FNM contender for the Bain and Grand Town seat in the next general elections.

Moss, many remember, was the former candidate in the last election, who didn’t get his deposit back as B. J. Nottage ran off with the seat.

Residents say they view Moss as a dangerous switch-hitter who cannot be trusted as an FNM. In fact, FNMs in the community tell us, “If Papa ga send us Moss, there is no way we ga vote for him. Why is it Hubert Ingraham always finds these deadbeat candidates who have no affiliation with the Party. Why they cannot give us Janet Bostwick daughter a REAL FNM and party faithful with roots? Why us FNMs are being overlooked night and day?”

Back in the day when Moss served as president of a national event, FNMs castigated him as being the cookie monster with hands trapped in the cookie jar. It appears that time as healed those old wounds and Moss has forgiven the Party for accusing him of being a crook.

Coming soon, C. B. Moss will join Papa on the Aga Khan’s luxury helicopter as they ride around the country together in an effort to encourage voters to give Papa another term to sell off the country to Foreigners.

Rodney Moncur is now a DNA candidate for Bain and Grants Town. THEY ARE ALL ONE IN THE SAME Playing one big game with the people!

A NATION FOR SALE and boy, with Moss standing alongside the FNM this time, there is certain to be defeat.

Rodney Moncur, another plant and secret agent of Hubert Ingraham, has also been nominated for the DNA in the area. Boy this something eh?

According to Moncur a few weeks ago, he along with Papa and the Minister of National Security was deeply discussing who owns Bahamas Press. Just this year he was elevated by the Papa’s regime as a Justice of the Peace. The appointment was approved by the Cabinet of the Bahamas and is persevered for all political cronies of a government.

Steering defeat like a deer in headlights is the soon to be outgoing  FNM government.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Yes they are all the same … including Bernard Nottage who was once the CDR Party Leader. Oh, sorry, I guess you didn’t want readers to think that deeply when you posted only photos of Moss (FNM) and Moncur DNA).

  2. Who is CB Moss ??? Nothing more than a political mercenary I suppose;and Bain Grants Town don’t need him to represent them anywhere.Stick with the church “ma bredda,” politics ain’t fa strong head fellas like you.

  3. It is high time Bahamians understand that we do not need lawyers to represent us in parliament. It is also high time that we understand we don’t need Ministers of Religion to represent us. I knew Mr. Moss many years ago as an industrious young man. I don’t know him at all today. However the continual mixing of religion and politics in the Bahamas has destroyed the basic fabric of oour country. Too many “church leaders” have become mixed up in politics and have played on the basic Bahamian belief in God to literally rape the country. Yet we have only ourselves to blame as truly capable persons sat back and allowed the unscropulous to hijack our society. We have two political parties that can work well to our benefit if only we can improve the quality of persons offering for public office. We are suffering because out best talents see politics as a dirty game. But politics reflects the nature of those involved. So until those of us who trully have the best interest of the Bahamian people at hears and not the size of our bank accounts our country will continue to exist on this slippery slope.

  4. It is high time Bahamians understand that we do not need lawyers to represent us in parliament. It is also high time that we understand we don’t need Ministers of Religion to represent us. I knew Mr. Moss many years ago as an industrious young man. I don’t know him at all today. However the continual mixing of religion and politics in the Bahamas has destroyed the basic fabric of oour country. Too many “church leaders” have become mixed up in politics and have played on the basic Bahamian belief in God to literally rape the country. Yet we have only ourselves to blame as truly capable persons sat back and allowed the unscropulous to hijack our society. We have two political parties that can work well to our benefit if only we can improve the quality of persons offering for public office. We are suffering because out best talents see politics as a dirty game. But politics reflects the nature of those involved. So until those of us who trully have the best interest of the Bahamian people at hears and not the size of our bank accounts our country will continue to exist on this slippery slope.

  5. Bran and his gang of DNA’s are but modern day ventriloquists for the “outgoing” FNM cabinet. I will say it again. No sensible PLP voter will monkey around to cast their vote for a DNA/FNM cabinet.
    Christie to date is running a poor campaign and if not careful will play right into the hands of this “outgoing” FNM cabinet.
    If the PLP does not speak out against the 100,000 Haitians roaming FNM untouched throughout our Bahamaland – they might as well kiss victory goodbye.
    How can you not stand against this “outgoing” FNM cabinet permitting illegal’s to obtain driver’s licenses?
    How can the PLP not speak out about people going about their private and work lives in our Bahamaland, as if they are Bahamians?
    For the sake of Jesus – please tell me how in the hell can the illegal Haitians not be arrested and deported by this FNM government?

  6. BP please have Q E. Thomas Jr. contact me. He has my numbers. I need to pass on something to him. I tried reaching him at the law firm but to no avail.;

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