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  • Joseph McGrath
    June 04, 2012 - 15:40

    Minister King is not qualified to speak on the NL fishery so he can hold back untill the cows come home.He is a former school teacher who is rapidly learning that ministerial poliitics and a teaching background do not mix and he has not the qualifications sufficient to do justice to that portfolio.NL needed a strong minister in the portfolio but it was not to be.So as taxpayers we once again lose.There is some consolation in knowing that" Politicians and diapers should be changed frequently and all for the same reason. ~José Maria de Eça de Queiroz,"and in time he too will receive the royal flush.The faster the BETTER!!!!!

  • Harvey
    June 04, 2012 - 08:23

    Mr. King, you're waiting to hear more from Ashfield...more cut-backs? You don't expect anything positive from that Ottawa gang..or do you? After all, you did support that bunch in May 2011.

    • Ben
      June 04, 2012 - 10:33

      But Harvey, the majority of the people in the province did not support them. Look where it got us. I seriously think if we had another couple of MP's from here things would be different. Is this right or wrong? Who knows...but its the way politics has been for decades. Most of the time it is too late to chase the horse after you leave the barn door open. Need to think about things before it happens. Just so happens in this province we did not help ourselves in May 2011. We have 7 seats in this province, we have to be smart and use them to our advantage.

  • William Daniels
    June 04, 2012 - 08:11

    King wasn't even aware that foriegn workers had been brought in by the Quinlan's. Good to see the Minister is staying on top of his portfolio.