As we leap into this brand new year, I am more than persuaded that The Bahamas and her people are witnesses to confusion in high places.
Top level PLPs are concerned that Perry Christie’s weak leadership style may cause them to lose the 2012 general election.
Corrupt employees at BTC have reportedly “bugged” phone lines of FNM Members of Parliament and given confidential information to “bad boy” PLP MP Shane Gibson, according to the Punch tabloid.
The PLP manipulators and the union leaders are using the workers to serve the purposes of a small group who constitute the new PLP Oligarchy, and their chief objective is to enrich themselves.
The Cabinet Office has released a statement exposing the hypocrisy in the PLP’s deceitful statements concerning the sale of 51 per cent of BTC to Cable & Wireless, opposed to Perry Christie’s secret deal with the nefarious Bluewater.
Perry Christie and the PLP criticize the FNM’s environmental policies, yet during their time in office their own environmental legacy was a very poor one.
The Bahamas government has failed miserably to uphold its constitutional duty to protect life, liberty, security of the person and the protection of the law for its citizenry.
It will not be enough to have a catchy phrase or patience to wait for something wrong to happen before you make a statement, and the opposition has to make its adjustments now if they want to be seen as viable.
Opposition Leader Perry Christie has dropped his appeal against a decision handed down by former Chief Justice Burton Hall, two years ago, in relation to a dispute that erupted over Senate seats after the 2007 general election.