Try as I might, I cannot take comfort from the crime statistics announced by you and released by the Royal Bahamas Police Force yesterday which indicate a continuing decline in the number of murders in our country…
“I really wish the Bahamian people can be in the position to sue the government for breach of contract because what [it] did in [its] Charter for Governance is just pure written garbage because they have not lived up to the many things they said they were going to do.”
The Prime Minister’s apparent insensitivity on the subject of autism is only the sad reflection of the callous disregard that he has always displayed in relation to special needs children.
The PLP’s comments about their role in establishing equal rights in The Bahamas is an insult to the legacy of those who demanded racial justice and majority rule in the face of those gradualists and racists of yesteryear.
FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has charged that of the 14 specific promises made by the PLP during the past campaign cycle only six of them have been partially delivered during the government’s first 100 days in office.
If Mr Christie were sincere about women’s rights, he would hold a referendum to correct the discrimination against women in our flawed consitution, BEFORE he holds a referendum on gambling.
In one of the most appalling instances of bad taste and bad governance, Prime Minister Perry Christie has used the unfortunate death of his mother-in-law as an excuse for failing to perform his responsibilities to the Bahamian people.
Perry Christie’s comments in Parliament have put the lie to the PLP’s slogan, “Bahamians First” as the discrimination against casino gambling by Bahamians in their own country will continue.
The self-important, self-appointed ‘bishop’ Neil Ellis brought his lemming congregation together for a trite message of ‘demons’ in the country… of which many suspect he is one.