FNM Chairman Charles Maynard clarified that while the party would be interested in having McCartney return to the fold, they will extend no special invitation to him.
I believe that we fall before we rise, in order to rise. But today I get an uneasy feeling far on the inside that the worst is ahead of us in our country – not behind us.
Branville McCartney now says he will continue to lead the DNA despite his public pronouncement that he would step down if he lost his seat – which he did, and by a huge margin.
Listeners couldn’t believe their ears during the Darold Miller show on 96.9fm yesterday, when Branville McCartney said that there were others in his party who would make better leaders.
It is so easy to get people liquored up at a rally and spout off all the great things you are going to do for them. To deliver on those promises is another thing entirely.
Justice Watkins denied bail for Gardiner and remanded him to Her Majesty’s Prison until he returns to court on March 20 for a constitutional motion. It is expected that through legal trickery Gardiner will be released at that time.
McCartney seems to be on a mission to wreck the FNM government and the political career of his former leader. He owes the PM a public apology for his erroneous comments and hype.
Do not blame Haitian President, Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly, for the hate and divisions within the Bahamian society caused by Bahamian politicians who simply do not like outsiders.
Bran McCartney is in for a “rude awakening” at election time, says the FNM candidate for Bamboo Town, Cassius Stuart.