five constituencies have been identified as the key seats necessary to determine a victory for either the PLP or FNM in the 2012 general election.
The great irony is reflected in the fact that the depth and richness of this democracy is the consequence of the commitment to political pluralism of a real leader this DNA leader now tries to demonize.
The fledgling DNA party’s economic plan offers nothing new and if it gains support it would only be due to foolish curiosity.
Like a spoiled five-year-old, Bran McCartney’s behaviour in the House of Assembly yesterday displayed numerous reasons why voters should be wary of making him leader of the Bahamas.
The MP for Bamboo Town reacted as a cry-baby and as a victim and martyr before trying to steady himself and regain his tough-guy persona.
Since launching the DNA, McCartney’s remarks have simply confirmed my impression that he is playing a game and if he wins, we may lose.
Bran McCartney says he wants to teach Hubert Ingraham humility, yet it is Mr McCartney who apparently needs the lesson.
Former BDA leader Cassius Stuart has allegedly been selected as the FNM’s candidate to challenge DNA leader Branville McCartney for his seat as MP in Bamboo Town.
Popular columnist takes aim at the relentlessly gaffe-and blunder-prone DNA leader, Branville McCartney, for his many amateurish and ill-advised statements.