Rick Lowe’s response to Pierre Dupuch’s recent letter suggesting that Hubert Ingraham cannot be trusted.
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The PLP deputy leader’s response to the question of conflict of interest in relation to his law firm’s connection to Bahamas Petroleum Company raises more questions than answers.
I’m usually wary when people in the political class keep repeating the mantra that a program they’ve designed worked as planned but the country just needs more of it.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham makes tough decisions in tough times. Ingraham restored the reputation of the Bahamas and has been better in tough times than Christie in good times.
I began to imagine how our grandfathers provided for their homes and built this country with little or no help from governments, political handouts, cronyism, nepotism, or social services vouchers.
Minister Tommy Turnquest wants an apology from an Australian journalist. His Australian video documentary, now showing on YouTube, presents the Bahamas as a country “under siege by crime and violence”.
We need better governance in The Bahamas from all political institutions and it is high time for us to hear issues like crime and unemployment being debated and not a candidate’s bedroom business or how much a candidate weighs.
To redefine marriage to include same-sex couples is to strip marriage of an essential component, namely the ability and obligation to procreate.
The PLP’s slogan, “We put Bahamians first” is merely their euphemism for intolerance. It is a lie, but they do not care as long as their supporters suck it up.