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  • Cyril Rogers
    November 07, 2012 - 23:12

    Some of you may be "sick and tired" of the debate around this project but if you don't pay close attention now, it will come back to haunt all of the citizens of this province in years to come. Darren King, is the new epitome of arrogance for the Tories; of course they don't want experts. That would uncover some nasty little inconvenient truths that they are glossing over in their zeal to consummate this deal. The Tories can't bear the thought of real scrutiny in an open debate and with expert testimony that contradicts their so-called "facts". The whole thing was contrived from Day One and the cover-up continues. NALCOR and government keep singing the same old song despite all kinds of evidence to rebut their position. If it doesn't fit, it doesn't count for anything.

  • Jay
    November 07, 2012 - 19:29

    And I have to laugh at Dennis Browne praising up the PUB as a credible organization. If the Conservatives hadn't stupidly appointed Andy Wells as Commissioner, they'd have their go-ahead from the PUB by now. And Browne would be crying that the PUB was a rubber stamp for government.

  • saltheart
    November 07, 2012 - 12:35

    Mr. King, how can you achieve the highest quality of information if you do not allow the experts to answer questions, they certainly do know alot more than you and the rest of you collegues, we as citizens of the middle and lower class has the most to lose because we don't have big pensions like the ones all politicians will leave with, i am very much in favor of the muskrat falls deal however it certainly seems like the government is hellbent on keeping the general public in the dark, all i have to say is STOP PLAYING POLITICS WITH OUR LIVES, THIS IS NOT THE TIME OR PLACE FOR IT.

  • Ben
    November 07, 2012 - 07:50

    I have to laugh the Liberals bring up that Joey brought in experts back in the 70's. There is a big difference with access to information now than back in the 70's. We have all kinds of avenues to get information that we would not have dreamed off in the 70's. Either have the debate with the MHA's speaking on the topic or don't have it at all. I think alot of us are getting sick and tired of the retoric.