- September 27, 2013 - 20:09
At the age of 66 we were taught self praise is no praise. If you are doing great in any field the people will praise you.. if not you have to pat yourself on the back .what does that tell you ? Again self praise is no praise . I guess we were old school when opinions meant a lot to us .
- John Smith
- September 27, 2013 - 11:49
Mr. Marshall is not running in the next election, and so has nothing to gain from speking his mind. He is a friend and collegue of Ms. Dunderdale, and spoke his mind, as a person of his intellect, and character has always, and will always do. Muskrat Falls will cost us a lot of money, about what we spend on health care over a two year period, for a project that will last for 50 years. George, if it comes down to partisan politics, I think you give Mr. Marshall a run for his money.
- September 27, 2013 - 08:43
Mr. Marshall as a senior minister should take most of the blame for the problems of the PC govt. He was Minister of finance and as such put us in the mess we now find ourselves in. He now finds himself having to defend his mistakes, and they were big ones,. The premier is the leader of the govt but she depends on her staff and they did nothing to help or so it appears. By coming to her defence they are coming to their own defence for doing nothing.
- September 27, 2013 - 08:07
Well said Mr. Martin! You have conveyed the sentiments of alot of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians as indicated by recent polls. The Dunderdale government has mislead the people of this province with Bill 29 and by forcing the Muskrat deal on us. This deal will cause undue hardship especially on seniors on fixed incomes who will not be able to afford their escalating power bills.