PNA focus fight on UDP

| 06/05/2013

rolstonpna (229x300).jpg(CNS): With just over two weeks to go before the general elections, the PNA candidates in West Bay are focusing the fight on their former UDP colleagues. Since taking to the hustings, the incumbent Cabinet members are concentrating their attack not just on the man they helped oust from office but the candidates running with him in the district, where for the first time in many years the result is far from certain. So far, both Cline Glidden and Rolston Anglin have said very little against the two independent candidates or the two running on the C4C ticket or even the PPM team but instead have attacked McKeeva Bush and his running mates for cowardice.

Anglin told a crowd in West Bay of around 200 people last week that Bernie Bush had told him that he believed he and his Cabinet colleagues had done the right thing when they voted with the opposition leader to oust the former premier from the country’s top political job during last December’s no confidence motion. Anglin went on to accuse Bernie Bush of running on the UDP ticket in the belief that he could get elected that way.

The new UDP West Bay hopeful has ran in several elections as an independent but despite managing to get almost 40% of the vote in the district in 2009 and more than 36% in 2005, Bernie Bush has persistently failed to make the top four in the district as a direct result of the power of the UDP in West Bay. Following Anglin and Glidden’s decision to help oust the UDP leader from office, Bernie Bush has now joined McKeeva Bush andCapt Eugene, as well as newcomer Velma Hewitt, in the hope that the continuing popularity of the former premier in the district will finally carry him to the Legislative Assembly.

Describing Bernie Bush as “a wolf in sheep’s clothing”, Anglin said last week at the West Bay PNA meeting that the former Pirate’s Week director had admitted that he would run with his namesake as that way he could get elected. “That’s the type of person running with the UDP,” he added, telling the crowd to reject the UDP at the polls as none of them had the country’s interest at heart.

In an ironic twist, after some twelve years in the McKeeva Bush camp, Anglin accused those running on the UDP ticket of being cowards as he said Bush could only work with people who are intimidated and afraid of him. Imploring the people of the district to rid themselves of corruption and fear, he asked the people of West Bay to vote for him and Glidden and stop the “Jamaican style” intimidation that Bush and the UDP had brought to Caymanian politics.

He accused Bush’s supporters of scaring PNA supporters by coming to the meetings and writing names in books. “He has lost it,” the deputy premier said of his long-time political colleague. But headded that the people could count on him and Glidden, as well as the current premier and his Bodden Town running mates, to do the right thing when they were returned to office.

He said that all of the UDP candidates were running with Bush out of convenience and those were not the kind of people the district needed to represent them as they would not do the right thing if returned.

Accusing McKeeva Bush of refusing to follow due process while in office, which has resulted in high levels of unemployment, he said the $10 million of tax payer’s money Bush planned to spend on putting people to work clearing the roadside would do nothing more than make people dependent on him, which he said had been the UDP leader’s long time position. Anglin said that when the people were dependent on Bush, he could always count on their vote.

“We must take Cayman back,” he said, warning people not to follow the UDP call to vote straight as he said that would be voting in the people who fear Bush and line up blindly behind him. He implied other UDP members had supported the decision to remove Bush from office but at the eleventh hour were too afraid and went back to support him.

Anglin also accused Bush of dirty politics and personal attacks in an effort to maintain his West Bay stranglehold. But the West Bay incumbent warned that if it continued then he too could reveal many things about the UDP leader that he would not want public.

With the result in West Bay in real question for the first time in many years, Anglin and Glidden are hopeful that they can still keep their seats, not least because the traditional opposition vote to McKeeva Bush will be split, cancelling the PPM, C4C and independent candidates out. The question will be if Glidden and Anglin can poll enough votes without the pull of Bush, pushing out two of the UDP candidates in what looks to be a race between the new UDP and the former UDP. 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know if CG is still a US citizen? He mentioned that his passport expired but I don’t know what that has to do with his US citizenship.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Has anyone been able to determine the identity of the woman that was in the vehicle with Mr. Anglin the night that he was arrested? Also, can someone please let me know what story he decided in the end was closest to the truth(wet road, dog food, etc.)?

    • Anonymous says:

      I reckon it was a combination of all of them but if I had to choose I'd probably opt for the dog food one as it would show Rolston as a caring person. Maybe his dog came into the coversation with the woman and he suddenly thought  "Hey, I need to get Roxie his food. Let me do a quick U turn here now" and then it all went horribly wrong from then on in. Only Rolston himself can say what really happened, or his date, but she took off, of course.

    • Anonymous says:

      The truth is he was trying to get the poor lady home to feed her hungry dog and the road was wet, OK? In the bible it's called being a good samaritan. And of course you know what happens to good samaritans in the bible, don't you. By the way, would you please put a leash on your inqisitiveness? "Has anyone been able to determine the identity of the woman" …sheesh, you wish it was you, don't you? Find something constructive to do with your time already. I mean, really. Are you his wife or somethin? Goodness gracious. Can't a man help a friend feed his dog..I mean her dog, on a wet road in peace anymore? Shut up and go feed your dog or something.

  3. Anonymous says:

    So I will remain respectful and address the Hon Minsiter Anglin as he should.  However, help me to understand why the Hon. Minister feel the need to degrade and discriminate Jamaican Politics by reffring to "Jamaican Style" intimidation –  I never thought much of him other than a drunkard what example is that as Minister of Education. 

  4. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like that was a big "bus"…wouldn't want to get thrown under that one..

    Rollie, CG, come on, leopards don't change their spots…8 years  and you are just seeing that you have Mckeeva spots on you…you need to get your glasses checked.

    • Anonymous says:

      If they had any integrity they would not seek another term as MLAs.

  5. Anonymous says:

    At least Rollie & Cline have shown up for the debates. Mac is once again threatening people including the Chamber of Commerce. The man has no shame, and you have to wonder if he feels he doesn't need to debate because he has already secured his votes in another way. Either that or the people who he knows will vote for him can't spell debate. 

    • Anonymous says:

      Why do you have to insult the voters in West Bay? Please show them a little respect.

      • SSM345 says:

        West Bay could show the counrty a bit of respect by keeping Mac out of government like we have been telling them to do for the last 20yrs.

    • Anonymous says:

      I keep hearing this stuff about "theatening people" and I'm at a loss as to exactly what this means. Is it the threat of a physical nature or something else? Can anyone enlighten me about this? Thank you.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Rolston & Cline, the only chance you have of redeeming yourselves is to tell everything you know about Mac. The truth will set West Bay free. 

    • Anonymous says:

      Exactly. Come on, you guys, fess up, it's your only chance of staying on the gravy train instead of having to work for a living. Just come clean!

  7. West Bayer says:

    Trust me, if I had only two options UDP and PNA, I would rather Rolston (the PNA alliance) in power than to have UDP's McKeeva Bush in power for another 4 years. So to those who are condemning Rolston and calling West Bayers to not vote PNA, PPM, nor C4C, be careful it don't backfire and you end up with Bush!  Just sayin… give me a PNA purple shirt anyday, but to have Bush in again!

    • Anonymous says:

      11.03 if I had the same choice I would rather leave here than vote for any of them. Either that or become a Blue Iguana

    • I says:

      oh please! you speak as if we dont have ample options in west bay other than UDP or your PNA .

      these 2 groups represent what a Government should not be. I CAN believe that some people in westbay are so gullable and naive to believe rolston and cline's 'well ya see wha happen' explanations. Those of you that are listening to these non sensicle EXCUSES need to grow back bones and stand up for Ethics and Responsible Governance

      PPM have all there ducks in a row across the board thats where my 4 votes will happily go.

  8. sickntired says:

    Rolston and CG need go sit down they so desperate now that they will do and say anything!!! What a bunch not solutions but yet want us to elect them, not this time bobo!!  On election day we firing the two of you good bye #1 and #11.

    Gonna have my own party that night especially when Rolston gotta look a job!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Just in case any one you didn't know….Rolston Anglin is a qualified accountant and was one of the 7% that passes all parts of the CPA exams the first try!!!  Therefore, I would say that he would have no problem finding a job that pays him much more than he is earning now.  Also, his personal life has little to do with the job he is doing in improving our education system!!!  Most of the candidates have already publicly acknowledged that he is doing a great job so why are we going out of our way to talk about petty stuff??  We better be glad that we have someone like that to represent us and stop the hating!!  Continue to do the good job Rolston and CG!!  Jamaicans knows exactly what he is referring to when he speaks of "Jamaican style" politics and they don't want Cayman to become like Jamaica politically so I know they will do the right thing on May 22nd!!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I actually believes that these 2 guys have good intentions, but I wish they did not focus on McKeeva and the wrong he has done. We need them to focus more on what they plan on doing, should they get back in. Rollie and CG we applaud you for finally having the backbone to pull away from the tyrant, even though you were a few years late and a lot of money wasted or los, you did the right thing. I personally know you two guys and your intentions are good and I know you can work with anyone of the other candidates.  My wish is that you do not link up ever again with McKeeva Bush.  He might had taught you guys the ropes and I am sure by now you would know the right way of doing things. Please, I beg you guys, just do the right thing for Country. Stop the hand out mentality, stope making our people lazy, stop the Welfare promotion and follow the right processes and become Statemen of our LA and not Garrison Politicians.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I am very disappointed in Rolston to say the very least!!

    Cline Glidden Jr isn't any better he been using Mac all these years too but I believe he shows more respect to his family  XXXX.

    Please ask yourselves this question. Why would someone in a position like Rolston's take so long to reveal someone or something if it was so unethical or otherwise? Especially knowing that if Mac or anyone else was doing so much wrong that it may have been costing the country coffers funds it couldn't afford.

    This is the kind of polictian I have no faith in…. only willing to show and tell when they are on the campaign trail weeks away from elections.

    Don't forget that people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones and Rolston, you have plenty skeletons in your closet dangling.

    Alot of your West Bay constituents are disappointed in you, you have let us down bad but will continue praying for you and your family.

  11. Anonymous says:

    What a crying shame!!! What about the many real issues facing our country ?This is why we didnt get anything significant done for the past four years when they were "united " in the house as UDP… always more interested in being trite and petty!! Why would anyone be so fool fool to vote for candidates who only use their political platforms to mudsling. Whats worse is they obviouslyhavent heard that if you spit in the sky, it will fall in your eye!!! Rolston  and CG are only empowering the opposing candidates by their insistence on digging up bones and throwing mud pies. i suggest they chalk the past up to a loss and move forward  cause we're in the last inning unnuh donkeys…. and its batters up!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      "always more interested in being trite and petty" – this is why Bodden Towners did not vote for Chuckie in 2009, and will not vote for him again either this time. XXXX


      Cayman has no time to waste with politicians who only want to argue and row amongst themselves, and get back at this and that one, instead of working to get something done for the good of the country.


      Vote to move the country forward Cayman, not to keep the economy in stagnation and "leaking" money thru lawsuits and gaudy monstrosities onto the politician himself.


      Eternally honourable my ass! No praise like self praise m'boy

    • Anonymous says:

      What you are calling mudslinging is vitally important information for the public to know. It is not merely in the past; it also threatens to be our future if the UDP are re-elected.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I’d vote for kermit the frog before I vote for udp or pna….

  13. Big Whopper says:

    Days of lives don’t have anything on Cayman Polotrix..don’t need TV anymore…just need CNS,popcorn, and a frosty cold one.

  14. Anonymous says:

    who cares?…its west bay…just look at who they have elected in the past….  i really wish it was an indepentent 'republic'

  15. Anonymous says:

    Not one member of the PNA deserves to be elected on 22 May especially the current Premier she has no principle and sat back for 4 years doing and agreeing with everything the former Premier said and did the reward was racking up free air miles Utterly disgraceful! the PNA will rejoin the UDP because without McKeeva Bush they are nothing more than “estranged members of the UDP” vote them all out!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Rolston is taking a page out of Mac's play book.  Claiming the Born again I now truly see the light approach.  Sorry not going to fly .

  17. Anonymous says:

    Someone should tell Rolston Anglin that the meaning of cowardice includes “treasonous behavior ,cold feet , pusillanimous behavior , and lack of courage in facing danger ,adversity pain or difficulty”, all of foregoing which he seems to exhibit in increasing quantities during the last few months !
    Name calling like he s recently done and taking advantage of his former leaders political misfortunes will never make him a leader worthy of premiership!

  18. Anonymous says:

    I am very disappointed in Rolston to say the least!! Total disappointment. As for Cline Glidden Jr  he too was using Mac too. Please remember in this life no one is perfect but some people have a very short memory….the very same ones that have been rding on Mac back all these years.

  19. its simple says:

    A vote for the UDP or PNA is a vote to return Mac to Power! People please choose wisely!

  20. Frank says:

    Weird, because Cline and Rolston has no problem collecting their paychecks and "lining up blindly behind" Mckeeva up until a few months ago when they realised his goose was cooked. They're just like the Italians in the WWII, switching sides when they realise their days are numbered. Not somebody i would like running my country.

    • Anonymous says:

      The only reason Rollie anCG upset with Mac, is that he walked across the aisle to the opposition side and left the Lonely Five  to have to fend for themselves.

      They thought that they were going to oust him and theUDP would remain in tact.  But McKeeva is crafty like a fox and he left them with thier mouths hanging open that day in the LA.

      Now CG and Rollie jealous that Bernie and Velma are running on the platform that they were to run on. They made their greed of power mash up a good ting.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, they do present as a couple of  "change-over artists" for sure. Rolsten's proclivity towards changing his story to suit the occasion, and Cline's steely-eyed avertive stare whilst trying to justify the closing of the West Bay Road due to a bit of sand certainly give me pause for thought.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

    • Anonymous says:

      I like a man with a sense of history.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Rolston, the clock's ticking and you'd better come clean about anything that the public should be aware of. As you've confirmed that you do in fact know stuff, if you don't spill the beans now it isn't going to go down too well with folks, you keeping your pie-hole shut I mean. Talk, man,  talk!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Ju jU cannot talk about Bush being so close to Dart, when at her last meeting a few nights ago she was talking about her plans with him. She is too glad to be in Macks seat. Then the road that she is through her property and Marks property can be sold to him for so much money. Definately CI Government should not be paying for this road that will only benefit the both of them. People wake up please…

  22. Anonymous says:

    SALARIES should be the first priority for all new and re-elected members:

    Whith all the economic problems our country is facing: All new and re-elected members should lead by example. Example: Obama donated to his oun goverment 20% of his salary. Not his civil cervants but from his own salary.

    If the peoples are strugling to find a job to keep one or to make their low salaries then our new elected goverment should start by contributing to the PEOPLES donating part of the high salary being paid to them to protect and serve our country and the peoples.

    That could help balance our economy and help the poor and the most needed mostly the Caymanians. Instead of like in most of the elections: Candidates gets elected and once in office we never hear or see of them and for most of the time they spend as much as four years colecting the high pay check while the country is in debth and they are just there holding a position and not contributing in much or nothing, just attacking each other and arguing or disagreeing with all the other members.

    Maybe is they are monitored more closelly and evalueted on what is expected of them maybe then we would not have those problems and they would all serve or not serve us accordingly.

    Good luck for the new elections in four more years of trying and learning. We should all remember remuneration normally comes with experience, good service and best results.

    May the best be elected.

    • SSM345 says:

      Don't hold your breath on salary cuts, they claimed they would all do that already while everyone else's got slashed and they increased living expenses.

      The first thing to be cut should be their abilility to double dip on their pensions.

    • peter milburn says:

      I have been preaching about the salaries for months and will say this one more time.I agree with you that all and sundry need to take a pay cut but here is my spin on this.The present MLA's (for arguments sake) are making CI$100,000 per year multiply this times the present number in the house 15 =CI$1,500,000 Now follow me This time around we will have 18 so to make it balance out we now divide CI$1500000 and it comes out to about CI$83,000 The same goes for the Cabinet members.Since there will be 7 instead of 5 then it means that each  member will have less work to do as the porfolios will be divided even more so therefore less pay for them.We cannot afford to add 3 full salaries for the new members of the House NOR should we pay the Cabinet members for doing less work That is the formula that MUST be used to calculate their salaries.The figures used above are just for making things easier to calculate as I know that Cabinet members make substatially more than the regular MLAs but this is my solution for the past members that in my mind were grossly overpaid especially since they only met maybe 6 times(and that is being generous) on average per year.My solution for the new Govt is to have at least House sittings once a month and this will speed up the process of law making that is as slow as Molasses going up a hill.We need to get on with the business of running the country and must stop all this time wasting around issues if this does not work with certain members.Members that do not attend for whatever reason should be docked their salaries for that meeting or better still that month UNLESS they have a valid excuse(just like a kid in school)Our past Govt spent so much time doing other things just think of how much money we could have saved for non meetings and non attendence.Add to all this some of them have other business interests so that makes the salaries even more wacky I am sure I will get many thumbs down for this blog but take some time to think about what am have tried to say and see how this could and will save something which can then be used for more books for our schools and much needed food for our children in those schools.

    • Anonymous says:

      Oddly enough, historically there has always been a certain amount of reluctance towards politicians relinquishing any part of their own earnings in tandom with requiring that others take a pay cut. I guess it's all just part of the blood-sucking nature of politicians when all said and done, the bunch of no-good trickstering swine.

    • Anonymous says:

      Say what? Talk about gobble-de-gook!! Oh, and learn to spell!

  23. Anonymous says:

    The only way I'd go to see either PNA or UDP is if there were cage match fights between the two parties.    We could help the government finances by selling tickets and pay-per-view.     I'm pretty sure the Premier could take the former Premier.    As far as I'm concerned, that is the only value of either party's members.  

    • Anonymous says:

      This is the mostsensible post I've read so far. Justice and fund-raising in perfect harmony. Where can I buy my tcket?

    • Anonymous says:

      LOL – that would be like sumo wrestlers without the integrity. 

  24. St Peter says:

    Come on West Bayers – its time to clear the house of Mckeeva and his jolly band!

    Do a clean sweep – every one of them – past and present…

    Give your district some fresh thinking – and end the Uncle Tom way of expecting handouts from the public coffers…



  25. Anonymous says:

    Kettle calling pot black

  26. Anonymous says:

    It is very concerning to know that we have such a divided field of candidates, because if we should have a mis assembly, will they cooperate with each other???  If not, then we will have a house that gets nothing done. Ah well… then again, at least there will be peace.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nothing would be better that the previous government's record of bringing home nothing but lawsuits.

  27. Anonymous says:

    WOW, what a shame

    The former UDP candidates, now called PNA (please not again) all voted to 'oust' Mac so that they could get the premier and deputy premier titles. So now Anglin & Glidden are talking dirty about Mac and his new members of UDP but yet the so called premier; PNA team leader 'juju' says she will still work with Bush if her Brackers will along her to. They are all "wolves in sheep clothing"; none of them can be trusted. They are ALL dirty every single one of them, UDP & PNA.

    Everybody needs to vote PPM; at least they won't stealour money and try and sell out our country.

    • Anonymous says:

      PPM isthe safest bet. Everybody KNOWS they are NOT UDP. Cant say the same for other candidates.

      • Anonymous says:

        09.24, well, not everyone knows…and whilst they have spelt out that they will again run up huges debts by their programmes, can you please enlighten us as to exactly what is "safe" about them? Or are you just a parrot who learned to say one thing without understanding why?

  28. Anonymous says:

    Too late Rolston…dog done eat your supper…pack it in son….McKeeva is going to chew you up and spit you out..

    • Anonymous says:

      Why you all think Rolston attacking Mckeeva like that? it's a last minute hope of turning people against Mckeeva,it will never happen,Rolston your days are done sonny boy!

      • Anonymous says:

        He's finally telling the truth thinking it will save him. Let it all come out, Rollie. It just might.  

  29. Anonymous says:

    It seems true and clear that UDP does indeed want the people dependent on them, and are counting on that system of dependence to secure peoples votes and support.

    It is also clear that PNA (former UDP) even though they did something right by ousting the former premier, were all a part of UDP's systems / schemes for the past decade and more. So I cannot in good conscience believe much in PNA as being the solution to "move Cayman forward".

    And though I feel there are some good people on the C4C ticket, I'm afraid that supporting them will serve to split the vote in UDP's, and possibly PNA's favour.

    Therefore I'm voting and supporting PPM and Independents! At least I know where the money went…scools, roads, new Govt. Office building. And they also spent their energies on "moving Cayman forward" with with new contitution, FOI, Anti Corruption Commission.

    Think of how much we would not know if FOI was not in place! And Ezzards drop box has also certainly been a conduit to shed much needed light!

  30. Anonymous says:

    Anglin and Glidden you better realize you need to start spillin those foul beans now if you have any hopes of saving yourselves. Of course you are concerned that the mud slinging will be directed at you and there may be some liability but it is the lesser of two evils as you may find yourself living off your own bank account come May 23rd. Give those on the fence, possible supporters of Bush one last chance to have an attack of conscience and realize if he allowed to reclaim his power it will be the final blow that sinks the good ship Cayman. God help our shores.

  31. Anonymous says:

    Rolston, try so go sit down and stop trashing Big Mac and his Team! We sure will not be voting for cut throats like you. Enjoy drinking at the bars and you should start putting your resume in as we all know very well you ain't getting back in! No way BOBO.

  32. Anonymous says:

    " what looks to be a race between the new UDP and the former UDP." – B&%ch Please!!


    West Bay has better options to choose from than these two sets of non-doers, selfish, greedy bastards.

    • Anonymous says:

      What ever West Bayers do please dont vote anything near "BUSH" this election. Burning BUSH, cut down BUSH but NO VOTE BUSH

  33. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the breath of fresh air CG and Rollie. My only disappointment is that you guys stuck with him so long!  He has become a dictator type leader and has most of his supporters intimidated. The UDP party is extremely week.. Lost the  Party Chair, Deputy Chair, all district party chairs, young UDP leader and Deputy Leader, Hopefully you the good folks of West Bay will make the Island proud and elect these two fine gentlemen.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Most curious. Rolston appears to be two distinct persons, the one who worked with Bush for years, being presumably afraid and intimidated by him, and now this other fellow. It's all very confusing. Would the real Rolston PLEASE reveal himself!

  35. Anonymous says:

    I'm not pro PNA or pro UDP, but I think CG & RA (hopefully the whole PNA) are done and through with Mckeeva. It seems so. RA & CG seems to be adamant on how the feel. Somewhere inside of me wants to believe that they have woken up and can now see the light! Let's go guys!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      11.21 If there's one thing I've learned with corrupt or weak politicians, they never change their spots. Oh! How they pretend to try!  They lie, they strike poses, they prey (sic) and turn their saintly eyes to heaven!. They beg forgiveness, they squirm and wriggle, but never, never, never can they change those nasty spots. It's in their nature: like the scorpion, they have to sting. They can't help themselves. Anyone who believes differently is either five years old, a hermit, a delusional halfwit or perhaps even an invested supporter. Bring on fresh candidates, it's the only way!

  36. Anonymous says:

    Let me get this straight, Rolston is claiming that the only people Bush can ever work with are those who are afraid and intimidated by him. But he worked with Bush for years, didn't he? So therefore Rolston is admitting to having been afraid and intimidated by Bush. Maybe Rolston needs to think things through a bit more before saying anything else. Unless he reckons he's talking to a bunch of idiots, of course.


  37. Anonymous says:

    Anglin also accused Bush of dirty politics and personal attacks in an effort to maintain his West Bay stranglehold. But the West Bay incumbent warned that if it continued then he too could reveal many things about the UDP leader that he would not want public.


    Now he is actually getting on to topics that people would like to hear about. My grandmother always used to say "when thieves fall out the truth will come to light".

  38. ThIs WrItInG Is VeRy IrRiTaTiNg says:

    Wow!  So let me paraphrase this story.  Rolston is accusing Mac's running mates of blindly following him to get elected and saying that the only people Mac wants around are ones that are intimidated by him and/or afraid of him.  Why does this sound familiar?  Oh yeah, 3 people have been elected on this basis before (for those keeping score at home that would be Rolson, Cline and Eugene).  I guess it takes one to know one.  Rolston, don't stop the side show now were just about to the best part.  Let's have all of the details Mac wouldn't want public so the voters in West Bay have all of the facts to make an informed decision.  I'm guessing this is just a bit of grandstanding since anything that would be embarrassing to Mac would have to be embarrassing to all of his former UDP colleagues as well. 

  39. Integrity says:

    With this election so competitive all of the candidates need to pull out all of the stops and dig much deeper into the details and history of our political past. If the PNA know things that have happened they should expose them, not just insinuate it.

    For example all the hidden projects held close for future benefits. What about all the rumors that everyone knows but nobody documents? Now is the time for change and change starts by coming clean.

    All of the special deals and arrangements need to be exposed so that we never have them again. Then we can start over and do it right. Is it possible that Mr. Bush is still intimidating his opposition?

    The only thing we need to fear is fear itself. Let pull the plug once and for all. Talk, tell and show, otherwise we will be right back where we where. It’s a tough fight but: No guts, No glory. Come on this is your job, make me proud of Cayman again.