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  • Linda
    February 05, 2014 - 18:00

    @ Pierre Neary, Please explain yourself a little more, First of all Ball and company went up into the polls only because what's going on in the PC's and NDP. As for the extra four seat's, they are being fill by turncoats. Has of to date, Ball and company hasn't present any polices or ideas to the people. So Mr Neary, are you saying the liberal , right people for the job?

    • Pierre Neary
      February 06, 2014 - 15:49

      Hi Linda, I agree that the shift in the polls does have something to do with what is going on with the PC Party and the NDP but also to Mr. Ball as well. As for the "turncoats" I don't much agree with MHA's crossing the floor myself but in the end the voters in their districts will get the last say as it should be. When it comes to policies or ideas minutes after Mr. Ball was elected he stated he was going to resind Bill 29. As far as whether they are the right people for the job the voters will have the last say on that I guess. Have a good day. Pierre Neary

  • Pierre Neary
    February 04, 2014 - 16:17

    Mr. Ball is not a leader? As it stands right now he has lead his party into first place in the polls with a 49% and has gained his party 4 seats in recent months. I don't follow your logic in reaching this decision Mr. Taylor.

  • david
    February 04, 2014 - 10:49

    The qualifications and capabilities of the people elected in this province are so sadly lacking. The truth is the only reason we really have such large cabinets is really to pay and reward people for their political loyalties....not much "public service" part to that, is there. And yet we are continually told that 'we' (!) need to raise their salaries to "attract higher quality candidates"...So. After raise after raise after raise, where are these people?

    • Muggins
      February 04, 2014 - 13:48

      Couldn't agree with you more. Trevor Taylor is a case in point. Then he quit, content to spew his tripe from the sidelines. It reminds me of the old saying " A wise man speaks when he wants something to say. A fool speaks when he wants to say something".

  • Rudd van Naselroy
    February 04, 2014 - 09:29

    Is this the secret society within the bilderbergers - Igloo-icebergers - that runs the cabal of expired Northern Store salad dressings and keeps resurrecting the Astron?

  • Agg Butler Maher
    February 04, 2014 - 09:27

    Have to agree if you were capable of being a Cabinet Minister any one of the of the people in there now is .

  • Partisan politics is for the weak minded
    February 04, 2014 - 09:08

    Potential Cabinet Ministers? Take credit Trevor - you have proven one thing with certainty - if you were capable of being a Cabinet Minister annnybody is capable of being a Cabinet Minister.

    • dont agree
      February 18, 2014 - 11:40

      sorry Mr. Taylor is quality individual; risked his own life to save friend in swimming drowing incident; the man is top notch; smart down to earth; u dont know him; or his parents; apparently.......u r another whinner moaner complainer; fav past time nlfd lab; go figure....

  • Not blinded by my own image
    February 04, 2014 - 08:13

    More narcissistic sooking from the quitter. Face it Trev, the only team that you would endorse is the one that includes you. That's nobody right now, which would be a likely reason you would declare ''slim pickings'' when the slate of candidates for the next election hasn't been announced. You quit - which you rationalize would be expected because if you don't want the job, nobody could. Time for you to gain some perspective and concede just because that you were not up to the task, there are others that are.