The behaviour of many PLP politicians reinforces the notion that the PLP is a party of warped moral values and a skewed moral compass.
“The key to good government is good people in government. Government is like an omelet; it is only as good as the eggs. If you got rotten eggs, you got a rotten omelet. I don’t care how much you pray over that.”
The PLP is intent on going against the people’s vote on web shop gambling. However, to ignore the vote of the people in the referendum is likely to have far-reaching consequences.
Leslie Miller has crossed the line of parliamentary decency and should be made to step down. He has disrespected every Bahamian woman with his sick statement that he beat a former girlfriend to the point where his hand hurt.
Ed Moxey talks with Rupert Missick at the Tribune about the drug years in The Bahamas, a dark time for which we are still paying the price.
We find it absolutely unacceptable and inexcusable that an MP would boldly make statements about abuse enacted against a former partner. It is further injurious to laugh about such a thing and encourage others to do the same.
Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, the PLP shows you they can be even more corrupt than you ever imagined.
A number of MP’s have confessed that they have not paid their property taxes. We’ve been told it would be a shock if who owes taxes and in what gargantuan amounts was revealed.
Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday said the government should call a general election if it planned to go against the January 2013 referendum on web shops.