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  • Danny
    April 01, 2013 - 01:05

    I fully expect the next couple yrs to be a banner yr for murders and violent crime.ppl wanting to escape this 3rd world crime infested land...Dunderdale may just get herself voted back in...the 1000's of criminals roaming free of prosecution will thank her!

  • EDfromRED
    April 01, 2013 - 00:27

    I truly believe if a random selection was made out of the phone book for MHA's, they would do a much better job than this bunch of pitiful PC nincompoops we have now. They must be role playing as vikings, getting their kicks by financially raping and pillaging us!

    • Eli
      April 01, 2013 - 09:43

      You're dreaming my good man. They're all "strong voices" 'till they get in, then it's toe the party line or take the bus. You saw what happened to those three Harperites last week. The "back room boys" saw to that & it's no different here.

  • crista
    March 31, 2013 - 20:34

    reading your article and the stages ????interesting article and stages looks like you are talking about history repeating itself???? and the rise and falls of events???? and what will become of these events???? reality, after all this is real or fact or fiction and for the truths to come out???? you would have to ask your self what is going to be the out come of what is gone on and going on,it seems this one knows this and that one knows that and who is allowed to know what is going on???? and then came in with bill c-29 so who is setting the stages????and WHY???? you spoke of five stages is there more to the stages then what you spoke of????

  • Cyril Rogers
    March 30, 2013 - 11:25

    Russell, you have covered the stages of political birth(winning an election) to death(losing an election) very well. The ONLY concern I have is the ONE looming catastrophe for us is one that cannot be undone....and that is Muskrat Falls! We can throw this administration out, but....you can't fix a stupid and disastrous deal once the dam is built! The financial deficits caused by this project will only become more of a structural problem as time goes on..... and the government has to come up with more and more money to handle the increased cost overruns for that money pit. Otherwise, I would be fine and let nature(the electorate)take its course and elect a new government.....necessary, to be sure, but only to face the same problems 10 years down the road. Unfortunately, no new government will be able to overcome the handicap that is Muskrat Falls.

    • Maurice Rogers
      March 31, 2013 - 11:24

      That's normal for us to have governments that stumble from one catastrophe to another.

  • W Bagg
    March 30, 2013 - 09:45

    Well not quite full circle, at least we can look back and say Grimes signed some agreements that re now bring us some money, Dunderdale hasn't done anything good, Williams ensured we got into the Oil business. If I were Dunderdale I would look to other jurisdictions with oil and see how they became successful. Look to Norway.

    • W McLean
      March 30, 2013 - 13:19

      Why is government in business? Why is it good that government is in business?

  • Corporate Psycho
    March 30, 2013 - 06:46

    In 2015 this crowd will be wiped out. Personally I'm voting for the first party that says its getting rid of Bill 29. The thing that scares me the most is the fact that the PC's have to know they are done at this point. How much damage are they going to do before they get the heave?