Even the DNA, which has no crime plan of its own, is critical of Perry Christie’s empty plan to combat crime in The Bahamas.
The more Bran McCartney speaks, the more the public learns about his poorly conceived ideas and the quicker the loss of potential support.
Former MP Whitney Bastian has been denied a nomination to run in the next general election by Bran McCartney’s newly formed Democratic National Party.
Right or wrong, Bran McCartney’s DNA never misses the opportunity to seize public sentiment and make promises to grease the squeaky wheel.
Democratic National Alliance leader Branville McCartney is demanding that the FNM disclose their campaign finances yet refuses to reveal his own financiers.
Bran McCartney goes on the defensive after suffering criticism for his selection of unknown and inexperienced candidates for his hastily formed party.
Mr. McCartney, whose credibility seems to erodes the more he speaks, is shaping up to be a demagogue pandering to the fears, anxieties and frustrations of voters.
Once again, the pundit known as “Simon” has hit the nail on the head in terms of analysing the generic nature of the DNA and the genetic make-up of its founder.
Maurice Moore, permanent representative of The Bahamas to the United Nations, had some advice for the FNM and some criticism of Bran McCartney, who he says is “drunk for power.”