Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has conceded the election to the PLP in one of the darkest days in Bahamian history.
Despite his outstanding performance as Prime Minister, Mr Ingraham was voted from office by a country unappreciative of good governance.
Perry Christie, whose party is rife with selfish and corrupt politicians was favoured by the majority of Bahamians, whose inferior intellect and criminal-minded nature embraced an organization known for scandals and incompetence.
It is expected that Mr Christie and his cronies will consider the election results as a mandate to return to the dark days of Bahamian history with victimization, corruption and international disrespect as the norm.
Criminals and drug gangs are celebrating in the streets knowing that their operations will now go unfettered.
International investors are already cringing and many, many good moral people are making plans to leave the country, not wanting to wait for the inevitable collapse of the economy and the return to lawlessness.corruption, crime, elections, FNM, incompetence, PLP, politics