- July 30, 2013 - 05:54
Maggy you got to be joking concerning the false Liberal leadership race...They are no more honest then the rest...Your talking about the PCS taking away people rights...What do you think the Liberal did on July 5/2013...Concerning Mr Murphy of Corner Brook...The only reason they didn't wants him in the race...Is because of his article of june 24/2013 in the western star..As for Bill 29...The Liberal might cry about it...Only to get a elects...Then take advantage of it for thenself...Now you got Mr Ball going around telling people we should be taking on Federal responsible..Concerning prison...Maggy don't you think we got enough burden on our backs...With out this kind of leadership?
- A Great Reminder Maggie.
- July 29, 2013 - 12:37
Maggie this is a great reminder. I sure hope they are documenting the processes in the Muskrat Falls Contract properly or, if not, there will not be any excuse for them to be omitting the necessary paper work. We all know there has never been another project in the history of humankind anywhere in the World that has had as much dissent from the electorate who will be paying for this project through their tax and hydro bills . We also know that Bill 29 was enacted to cover up any matter that those involved want to be concealed.
- Maggy Carter
- July 29, 2013 - 11:44
Muckrakers are the lowest form of politician. Before too long, voters will have an opportunity to tell these people what they think of their brand of 'public service'. When you pay people that kind of money, you should be able to expect a little integrity in return. When I read about the big controversies elsewhere in the country regarding unethical or illegal political behaviour, I wonder about the paper trail - or in this case the Blackberry trail. In Ontario for example, thousands of emails relating to that province's gas plant debacle mysteriously disappeared. The excuse offered by political operatives was that they didn't know they were supposed to hang onto them. A few have since been recovered with some technical effort. My question is what is happening to the paper trail in this province. Will we be told the same thing in 2015 - that hundreds of thousands of documents, letters and emails have mysteriously vanished. If not the politicians, then surely there is some conscientious senior bureaucrat who understands the duty to properly preserve such records against the prospect they will be required in some future judicial proceeding. Since Bill 29, our government has been operating under their own virtual 'King-Dome'. Requests for information bounce off it and die like a bird smacked by an invisible hand in mid-flight. Now would be a good time for Liberal leadership candidates not only to commit as some have done to the repeal of Bill 29, but to demand that that the internal record of this government's conduct be kept intact.
- July 29, 2013 - 08:36
The "we own Labrador" remark, and Yvonne Jones response, play very differently in. St. John's than Labrador. You defend Dunderdale and belittle Jones at your own risk.
- July 29, 2013 - 07:31
TW#O NAMES STEVE KENT PAUL LANE That's most likely the source of the crap that's coming out of the Confederation Building on a daily basis telling us how wonderful Premier Dunderdale and her government really are. Oh well when you need to lower yourself to self praise it shows how really desperate you are and we all know this bunch is beyond desperate these days.
- like ducks
- July 29, 2013 - 12:56
Kent and Lane are toast come the election and they know it.