I am stunned that there are proposals for a new House of Assembly and a new prime ministers mansion, things that we simply can’t afford at this time and can do without.
With crime, squalor and poverty so rampant in his own constituency, how can Bernard Nottage fix his face to request for money for him and his greedy, incompetent parliamentary colleagues?
How can the MP for Farm Road ask for a pay increase when many of his constituents are still relieving themselves in toilet latrines and are living in squalor? Why reward incompetence?
It looks like a perfect storm of economic and fiscal challenges is descending on our heads – due mostly to the long-term avoidance of hard choices by one administration after the other in the interest of political expediency.
The Christie Administration came to office exactly two years ago today with an ambitious and extensive legislative agenda to accomplish during its five year term and so far, little has been accomplished.
While thousands of ordinary PLPs continue to languish, the wives, children, concubines, bastards, special interest groups and cronies have eaten the fat of the land.
The government’s draft value-added tax (VAT) legislation needs “substantial” changes, New Zealand VAT expert Don Brash said yesterday.
Mitchell’s poorly thought out attempt to score political points at the expense of Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis backfired – now he says that all he was doing was “backing up” his leader’s opinion.
Virtually every campaign promise Mr Christie made has been broken and every initiative the PLP has launched has failed.