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  • Ron Tizzard
    November 16, 2012 - 22:35

    I agree totally with all comments posted above. Right on. That's as much as I can share.

  • Concerned
    November 14, 2012 - 16:53

    I could not listen to her, addressing our Veterans.

  • Winston Adams
    November 14, 2012 - 12:00

    This past weekend I read the Premier's ad re Rememberance Day, about all we owe to veterans who sacrificed for our democratic freedoms. To what extent our veterans fought for such freedoms, including freedom of information, surely policies and laws such as this serve to mock those sacrifices. Perhaps hypocrisy comes to mind as I read that ad and see her smile.

  • Scott Free
    November 14, 2012 - 08:30

    Corruption, deceit, lies and coverups; hallmarks of that Secret Society known as the Con Party of NL; a not-too-distant cousin of Prorougie Steve's Con Party of Canada.

  • Virginia Waters
    November 14, 2012 - 08:28

    Good editorial Russell. Just shows how little clothes the Emperor is wearing. It's not just Dunderdale of course. Any system that allows people like Harper - and in this province Dunderdale - to stymie the public's right to know, to ignore the will of the electorate, and to blaze ahead with monumental spending in the absence of public trust is fundamentally flawed. Today, MacDonald will throw his crown in the ring. It will be for a chance not so much to lead the Liberal party (which with MacDonald's money and Williams' support is a foregone conclusion), but rather to make sure that when voters decide to turf out Dunderdale in a few years they will have no choice but to replace her with more of the same. There is a third option, of course, that grows in credibility by the day. But will Michaels continue to carry that banner, or will the powers that be replace her as well with Harris as a guarantee that whatever way the electorate rolls the dice - it keeps coming up craps.

  • What a Government
    November 14, 2012 - 08:22

    It it not sad how much this government abuses its political power. This same process and others are being used to block and inform the public of the governments own propaganda on Muskrat Falls. The people will find out the facts as they say down the road when it is too late. I guess accountability will be by way of the reputations of the current senior people in Government,.

  • Ed Power
    November 14, 2012 - 08:18

    And, so it begins...