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Hon. Fahie speaks on his alleged role in Dancia Penn’s defeat

- Says VIP needs to focus on the youths
Hon. Fahie said he would not do anything to destroy his party. Photo: VINO
Dancia Penn got 38.8 percent in the 8th district. Photo: VINO
Dancia Penn got 38.8 percent in the 8th district. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The perception that 1st district representative Andrew Fahie had a hand in former 8th District representative Dancia Penn’s defeat at the November 7, 2011 poll is utter rubbish to the “tenth degree”.

In an exclusive interview with Virgin Islands News Online, Hon. Fahie acknowledged that he has heard "bits and pieces" but pointed out, “No matter how I turn it, it doesn’t make any sense. It’s utter rubbish!”

Penn, who was the incumbent 8th district representative going into the 2011 general election, lost to the National Democratic Party (NDP) candidate and newcomer Marlon Penn by 101 votes.

However, Hon. Fahie was blamed for her demise, because some individuals believed he encouraged Independent candidate Bevis Sylvester to run so that he could “split the votes”. In the end, Sylvester secured 112 votes.

Against this backdrop, Hon. Fahie told this news agency that such theories are not surprising after an election. “Whenever one loses if it’s a game in sports or a political election, there is always going to be blame whether legitimately or not. I don’t worry about that if it is being said, no one has told me so formally. I have heard bits and pieces but that is not my focus. I always tell the young people this; I don’t let people’s opinion of me become my reality. I would not do anything to destroy my party,” he bluntly stated.

According to him, he has always been dedicated to the Virgin Islands Party (VIP). “...the statistics would show, not the gossip, the statistics will show that we are one of the only districts that brought in the VIP At Large in the top four positions. That does not represent that the people of the first district and their representative were disloyal. If you’re not preaching what you’re living, it would reflect in the votes,” Hon. Fahie added.

As he had mentioned in post election interviews, the 1st district rep reiterated that the VIP members including himself would have to “look inside and see how we can improve. Each one of us made mistakes we have to correct. So I am not going to blame anyone for what happened to me”.

“We have to regroup, we have to restructure. We have to appeal to a cross section of the populace especially the youth, and we have to do a lot of work. Anybody in my party not focusing on that is no true to themselves, not staying true to the cause or making sure that we improve the VIP. So I am not going to lose focus on them [the youth] at all,” the 1st district representative said.

54 Responses to “Hon. Fahie speaks on his alleged role in Dancia Penn’s defeat ”

  • Sly (26/11/2011, 09:21) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Dude you can't be trusted. What's done is done leave it alone and move on, I am sure that Mrs. Penn have move on
    • 2nd district (26/11/2011, 14:04) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      no not one u was speaking about both vip and ndp ,why did the preacher receive 700 000 !!!!!!!!!!!!!! we people in the 2nd don't like u and next elections if u with vip alvin better don't run on that ticket cause we ain't supporting that ?
      • Take it Easy (26/11/2011, 22:19) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Although I am proud NDP I loved Fahie as a Minister of Education.He was the only VIP Minister that worked for the people. I will always remember and cheerish his efforts especially the powerschool and getting our children at ESH off the streets at lunch time. So ayo take it easy on Fahie.
      • To 2nd district (26/11/2011, 22:33) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Not a person in the 2nd district send you to say we hate Fahie because I am in the 2nd District and I know my family and I and most of the young people that I know loves Fahie because he is more a role model to them than Alvin Christopher so back off of Fahie. If the VIP aint want Fahie God will never refuse him so you can keep Alvin and his low morals.
    • What a set (26/11/2011, 22:27) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      We trust you Fahie and thank God Ms Penn moved on because she was a waste of time. She got rid of herself. To God be the Glory great things He had done by allowing her to be removed from fooling the people and destroying Health care in the country.
    • To Sly (27/11/2011, 07:53) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Speak for yourself. We in the 1st district trust and love Fahie and most of the Territory trust and love Fahie because he worked for all during the past 4yrs despite the critics. The VIP main reasons for failure can be summed up in two words: Ralph & Fraser. Poor leadership and a narrow minded, selfish Minister of C&W. Only the VIP can't understand this. Ayo keep off of Fahie!
  • east end voter (26/11/2011, 14:40) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    of course he will deny it..but jah do not sleep!
  • Wait (26/11/2011, 16:23) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Quote; "I don’t worry about that if it is being said, no one has told me so formally. I have heard bits and pieces but that is not my focus". I was expecting to read the part in the article which says there is no truth to the alligations. If it is a rumor then let it die a natrual death. Why is it necessary to bring it to this forum three weeks after the lection is over? This brings to mind the old saying, "guilty conscious needs no accuser".
    • billy b (26/11/2011, 19:33) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      @wait: quote, "Why is it necessary to bring it to this forum", don't blame Fahie for answering a question. I am NDP, all the way, but in Fahie's defense, no matter how much time pass after the election, if he is to be asked a question, he simply will answer, so why accuse him of bringing things up three weeks after the election??? Some of you just want to jump on here talking nonsense and wouldn't read carefully b4 you blog. Sorry your expectation wasn't meet in Fahie's answer, but what he is trying to say is that not every accusation requires an explaination and diplomatically saying the accusation is not worth commenting on.
      • Wait (27/11/2011, 08:00) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        billy b, the article is for you to read, comprehend and comment based on your understanding. Since when Hon. Andrew Fahie needs you to come to his defence?
        • billy b (27/11/2011, 10:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
          @wait. This is the exact reason why comprehension is so difficult, because we have people who are much quicker at banging deh mouth than at trying to understand the point being made. Judging from your critique of me, it seems as though you have fallen in the same catagory.
  • Fact (26/11/2011, 17:57) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This man must be stopped. He set out to destroy every Member of the Party he couldnt control. He never showed up in the 8th District for nothing. Not the Launch, nor any of the Raleys. Of course he put up Bevis to run against Dancia. But Dancia needs to speak up for herself, and that is the problem, they continue to let him get away with everything. Se what he did in the 4th District. He put up Collin Scatliffe to run agains Vincent, and actively campaigned against Vincent. Again, Vincent needs to speak up for himself. What did he do in the 2nd District, he groomed Cline for years before putting him up to run against Alvin. Those many contracts he give to Cline amounting to some $700,000 were not for nothing. He never showed up in the 3rd District for nothing. Not the Launch, not for the General Meeting before that, not for any of the Raleys. He was in the 5th bigging up the Candidate there, and likewise the Candidate was bigging hime up at his launch. This man had it all figured out how he and 3 of the At Large (u know who they are if you been to any of the Raleys), the Member for the 5th, his plants in the 2nd, and 8th, along with the Members of the PPA (which he created) were supposed to be King Makers on Election Night. But it backfired, because they all lost. God dont like ugly. The VIP is going no where with this demon.
  • ASHAMED (26/11/2011, 17:58) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Andrew, you should be ashamed of yourself. All you have done is proven to the people of the BVI that you cannot be trusted. I simply do not understand why the people of the 1st district returned you to the seat. The whole Territory is aware that you put Bevis to run to pull votes from Dancia, Colin to pull votes from Doc., and you wanted that rude young man in the second district to beat Alvin. Your own party members talking about your untrustworthy behaviour. "Want ALL, Get NONE." You contributed heavily to your party losing, and if you know it will further destroy your career to speak the truth, then SHUT UP!!!. You CANNOT blame anyone for what happened to you, because YOU were the one doing all the depolrable things. SHAME ON YOU!!!
  • hmmmm (26/11/2011, 18:12) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    you know you did. You are an evel man. You had a plan along with kieth Flax and others and you own plan back fired on you. Im not gonna even start on the facts man.
  • Myron (26/11/2011, 21:00) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fahie is a crook
    • Wait (27/11/2011, 08:40) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      I am not convinced that he is loyal to the VIP..........too much tug of war within the party. I get the feeling that when it comes to loyality in politics he is all for himself and given the opportunity he would be a member of which ever party is elected as government.
      • mess (27/11/2011, 23:24) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Uncle Ralph will be leader till death do us path...fahie mess up any hope.....
      • talk bring talk (28/11/2011, 01:55) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Who the hell is to tell him formally of something as cynical as this?
  • Straig Talk (26/11/2011, 21:25) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    It seems to me based on everything I have read and heard from the people of the 8th, the Former Deputy Prime Minister (FDPM) was her own worst enemy even if this allegation has any truth to it. It appears the Former DPM got caught up in her duties as the Deputy Prime Mister and forgot the district who voted for her in the first place. That was a mistake on her part as she apparently did not strike the right balance between both roles. As such, the people of the 8th punished her at the polls. Even if Mr. Sylvester was not in the race, her lack of work in the district which voted for her would have still been an issue and possible resulted in her defeat. Her defeat should be a lesson to all those who currently hold ministerial positions and were elected as district representatives. Dont forget/neglect the people who voted you in. It was a fatal error for Mrs. Penn Salah, and could be a fatal error for others as well. By the same token, I beleive this is one of the reasons why Frasier and Fahie were able to win re-election. They brought home the bacon to their districts as they were expected to do as representatives. Granted they were critisized for their work among some, they were smart to remember the people who voted for them. All politics is local. People should remember that.
  • FOR REAL (26/11/2011, 21:49) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I am a NDP who worked with Fahie over the past four years as Minister and I can truly say that this man is a good man that worked hard to better our Territory. If Dancia had done the same she would have been re-elected. She is a lazy woman who only fooled the people in office and in the district 8. Stay strong Fahie. God loves you and so do many of us!
    • fool (27/11/2011, 13:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      all dancia use to tell her people we will talk so the people use penn and paper on nov 7th and talk
  • Agree (26/11/2011, 21:52) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I dont know why the VIP blaming Fahie for their lost at the polls. Blame Ralph for being a poor leader and allowing the short arrogant man for spending tax payers money in the third District only rather the entire country.
    • wet your hands (27/11/2011, 09:29) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      TO AGREE: None of you could touch the “short arrogant man form the 3rd district”! We the people will give him 40 years in power just like Uncle Ralph…we waiting for OJ in 2015…more licks again more licks!...we the people love Julien Fraser the liberator and galvanizer…..ALL THE WAY ALL THE WAY!!!!
  • Agree (26/11/2011, 22:05) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Imagine the VIP trying to give Fahie most of the blame for their lost especially Dancia's lost. According to Fahie, utter nonsense! Dancia aint finish the hospital, incinerator, among others. She bluffed people for 4yrs. She blocked everything and failed to make needed decisions in health. Man she got rid of herself. If she had concentrate on her work and her people rather than trying to be the 1st female Premier she would have gotten re-elected and would have been the 1st female Premier.
  • Hmm (26/11/2011, 22:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Keep off of Fahie. I thought he gave a solid answer. If the effort the VIP putting into trying to blame Fahie for loosing the election was put into their work over the four years and during the campaign then they would still have the Government. I am a full and proud NDP but if you ask me, the only Minister in the VIP Government worked for the people was Fahie. Probably this where the jealousy is coming from.
  • Let me see (26/11/2011, 22:37) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Let me see, Dancia only use to tell her people we got to talk and never got back to you; she never finished a hospital she met under construction; she didnt finish the incinerator project for the incinerator she met already built; She blocked progress in health; Let me seems like she got rid of herself so ayo get off of Fahie. By the way I vote in the 8th district.
  • mymy (26/11/2011, 22:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fahie is human and will have failures but he is a good man and served this Territory well the past 4years so if the VIP really think that he was the main part of Dancia's and the entire VIP's failure then they are more stupid than I thought. Fahie read Psalms 46:10 and dont stress yourself.
  • Ummm.......thinking..... (26/11/2011, 22:50) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is my two cents, i mean like come on, if he did do it, not saying he did or he didn't, but am just saying, would he really be man enough to admit that?? Like really? Of Course!!!!!!!!!!! He's going to say it wasn't him but how are we the people to know he ain't taking a page out of shaggy's book, God don't sleep for real
  • ADD (26/11/2011, 22:55) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    When I add all that we as Territory has benefited from Fahie over the last few years I can see where jealousy has crept into the VIP and they out to kill him. He was the only Minister in the VIP that worked for the people young and old. We now have alternate education programme; improved tech/voc programme at HLSCC; powerschool; lunch programme; bachelor's programme for techers; improved student performance locally and regionally and the list goes on. I voted NDP but I respect and trust Fahie. The Bible is so right. A man doesnt have honour in his own country and thats what happened with Fahie and some selfish VIP elected haters.
    • billy b (27/11/2011, 08:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Hon. Fahie, let me tell you something, it had a time when I first entered high school, my mother used to buy me sh** mashers (shoes) to wear, when I got to third form, I needed an upgrade. I told my mother, man mommy, you aint think I too old for dese shoes???? She laughed at me; but my point is; you need an upgrade, I told you from the get go, you are on the wrong team. You need an upgrade, you've outgrown and out visioned the VIP. That team served you well (just like my sh** mashers) but its time to move on to bigger and better things (like the penny loafers that replaced my sh** mashers). The penny loafers will give you a hint of how old I am. lol
  • Thank you (27/11/2011, 08:03) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    The leadership of the VIP Ralph is the only person I am blaming for their lost. Dancia kill herself and thank God she gone because she is a fake. Fahie keep your head up. As for Vincent that man is a total nut case. Even if you add his votes to Collin's and then multiply them by two you still cant catch Mark so I dont know how they could blame Fahie for Vincent's defeat. If all the VIP Ministers had worked for the people like Fahie did then the VIP would be the Governmnet now. By the way I am half VIP and half NDP.
  • Lets get serious (27/11/2011, 08:17) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    The election is over and as Fahie said let us move on & learn from our mistakes.However how could Dancia or any VIP member blame Fahie for their lost? What about the following: Ralph-mash up our finances, let Fraser do what he wanted,signed Claude Cline contract and sit down & let his party blame Fahie, let Dancia do 4years and aint finish a thing like the hospital,incinerator,improve health care,etc;let Omar mash up purcell and we with the green houses with our millions, let his backbench be a public opposition, watched Alvin try to kill him in many ways including trying to start a new political party and still accepted him in the VIP after the attempt failed, let Alvin publicly fight him on the $15million loan, let Alvin bankrupt us over the years with poor decisions, let Fraser give us bi-water! You get the picture. Fahie had his share of mistakes but had more positives than negatives so Fahie keep your head up beacuse the VIP did in themselves. I am a full 2nd district VIP supporter and I am calling it how I see it so lets get serious and move on with wisdom & learn from our past!
  • Quiet Storm (27/11/2011, 09:19) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    A house divided will collapse; and the HOA under the former Premier self destructed. The demise started with Dancia, a new comer to the VIP, being appointed Deputy Premier. Though they may not publicly acknowledge their dissatisfaction with her appointment, some of her colleagues were fuming, having been overlook for the position. The only reason their dissatisfaction was not more on public display was the 11-2 advantage and the fear of losing power and the perks. Nevertheless, in the end the division resulted in the lost of power. The Premier given the tough economic times, in retrospect, should have taken the government and VIP by the throat and guided both through the tough challenges with some tough love. Instead, the laid back approach letting ministers run wild was disastrous. I'm neutral in this party(s) battle but my observation is that the VIP had too many loose canons who let their egos and self interest trump the VIP's interest. The Premier did not control his ministers or the fair distribution of limited resources and paid dearly at the polls. Further, some at large members did not help matters with their constant whining about not having any thing to do. There is no I in team. Given the the tough economic times, the Premier should have taken the government and VIP by the throat and guide them both through the challenges. Further, Dancia who is highly educated, smart, and experienced but new to game of politics failed to quickly grasp that BVI politics is retail politics. The current political reality is that one has to take care one's district first. Wayward, loose canons were not VIP's only problem and were not the only cause of their demise. The VIP's vulnerabilities were obvious from the 2007 general election results. Though the VIP won with a 11-2 margin, their vote count was not overwhelming. As I recall it was in the low 50's; a victory but not one for celebration, not a landslide. I remember right after the election someone writing in the Beacon about the low margin of victory; it was or should have been the first warning shot. In regards to the Fahie-Penn rumour/allegation, it is a rumor so I'm nothing weighing in other than to say all is fair in war and politics.
    • small head (27/11/2011, 17:46) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      in 2003 the cry was the VIP is dead..they came back and won 11 to 2 in 2007. In 2011 the cry is the VIP is dead after the NDP 9 to 4....hello people let's see what happen in 2015...i will say to everyone not so fast people!
    • ... (28/11/2011, 00:26) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Good observations Quiet Storm. Same things I noticed as well.
    • Diaspora (28/11/2011, 05:05) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Quiet Storm hit the nail on the had. The demise of the VIP was predictable; it happens to most political parties who have large majority with little or no opposition to keep them in check. Blinded by the large majority, they self destructed. All the stealth or not so stealth in fighting among themselves was destructive. Instead of solidifying and building the party they let their personal agendas get in the way. They focus on the roof when the foundation was crumbling. What good is a well design roof if the foundation is not structurally. They tried to throw the ball before catching it. They all wanted to succeed Ralph but failed to understand one cannot be Premier if one's party does win a majority at the polls. Any organization can only have leader; and if all team members want to be the leader, trouble is on the horizon, i.e., teh self destruction of the VIP. The thrust to be the Premier may have caused some VIP members to apply Machiavellian tactics, i.e., victory ( leadership) by any means necessary. Ego, greed, impatience doomed the VIP. Dancia did a good job as the Deputy Premier; she Deputy Premier of the territory, not just the 8th; she may have been undermined. But the reality she did not take care of her district; politics 101 BVI style says one has to take care of one's district. Sometimes this expectation is misplaced. Resources should go where they are most needed. Uncle Ralph has to shoulder most of the responsibility for the crushing defeat and the precipitous fall. He trusted his ministers to do manage the their ministerial responsibilities effectively but they let him down. The VIP need to be re-engineered , rebuilt, and modernized. The shine of some of the current cast has been tarnished.
  • tell the whole story (27/11/2011, 11:14) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Mr. Fahie what you did to Dancia now kill your chances of teking over from Ralph...for you did the same in the 4 to Vincent and the 2 to Alvin so now Frasier will be the new should learn to be a team player bossman
  • Lilly (27/11/2011, 12:38) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Check this out, but people in the 8th knows what was and went down cause the NDP even work more against the VIP with the registration of people voting in the distrist who don't even live in the 8th. The lines were more of persons living in other districts and the VIP didn't had must time to deal with the matter. Another thing is, was he there for Dancia's launches? hhmmmm!!! What was happening to the Francis Lettsome School Project and the Greenland field under his ministry before it was taken away and put under the Ministry of Finance? The VIP had a Deputy Premier that was not for just her district but was for the entire country. People came to her district office from every district in this country and she never turned anyone away but make sure she saw them all who stayed and sit and waited. Yea, the former Premier needs to be blame also for his slow childish action by allowing the Minister of Eduacation, Minister of Labour and also the Minister for Communication for running wild and doing what them please and as for Vernon he was another mess regards to the house when he came making his suggestion about the money being borrowed and makine the public think that he was never in link with whats going on. The former Premier needs to be blamed because he had enough to shuffle his cabinet and he failed heavy on not doin that. I am a VIP but I am just sick of the dam sh$t with some of them and if them try and listen to the younger party supporters and ask questions them would have had the dam Government today but them heads were stuck up all in them asses so let them take what them got
  • SMH (27/11/2011, 13:20) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fahie is a crook, STRAIGHT UP!!! He is not a team player and he tried to mess up a number of his own party members in the VIP. You all want to praise him for education???!!! Are you for real???? He watered down the damn system and want us the public to believe that it is going from good to great?! That marketing which by the way is from a woman from Trinidad living in the 1st district and he has not paid her in full for her services. Ayo go ahead and be fooled by the so called Brown Bomber.....the only thing he boms is us as a people and OUR KIDS!!!
  • Albion (27/11/2011, 13:38) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    ... and why exactly is the "Breaking News??
  • MVW (27/11/2011, 19:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    VIP politians and voters too damm shelfish and self serving....that is why I leave them and join the NDP see I get elected and a Ministry hahaha
    • Hmmmm (28/11/2011, 08:26) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Now the real M knows exactly why he left. It's not the whole VIP, just 1 person. And he still a Vip. We embraced him too! and we celebrate with him.
  • Viola Forill (27/11/2011, 19:24) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Min Fahie, with all due respect to you sir, can we move forward to improving our country now! VINO, I do love your site, but lets not create issues based on "bits and pieces" of others "statements of beliefs". Remember a "belief" does not necessarily mandate a "fact". Min Fahie, the country is too far steeped in financial crisis, economic and structural turmoil to still continue fanning the dwindling sparks of government/civilian discord into an out of control bonfire, all based on as the report states, the beliefs of others. Lets begin to move this country forward to a more positive and brighter future! I for one am very tired of all this negativity and desire to always be on the defense! Sir, the election is over, no matter the outcome!!! There were losers,, winners, and surprises this elections! You WON! Now GET BACK TO WORKING FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF OUR COUNTRY!!! Mr. Fahie what exactly do you plan to do in regards to working with the current government party on improving conditions in our country? That is what we as a people are much more interested in right now...moving our country forward in a positive, uplifting light!!!
  • Hear he people (27/11/2011, 19:30) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fahie aint no crook and he did good for education. He sure was better than Lloyd Black. Dancia crook the people and then the people repaid her. It is as simple as that. VIP listen to this partial NDP supporter, get rid of Ralph as head and dont put Fraser because that will be the end. This heat the VIP trying to give Fahie is to poison the people minds towards him but it is a stupid display of commonsense. Vincent did a fine job of loosing his seat himself so don't blame Fahie. All the blame go to Ralph O'NEal. He sat and let his party fight each other as long as they weren't fighting him so he could keep power. Every party will have these kinds of fights but thats where good leadership comes in and that's where Ralph failed and hence the VIP LOST! Blaming Fahie for VIP lost especially Dancia's lost is stupid and childish. Ralph failed the VIP!
  • LOL (27/11/2011, 19:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    LOL. Imagine people here saying Fahie aint loyal to the VIP. What nonsense! Some of you only saying what you feel Fahie do to Dancia, Alvin and Vincent but what about what they tried to do this man over the last few years? Is thing to talk! Esapecially about them rootless people who good at painting themselves as Angels and trying to paint Fahie as the bad one. Ayo keep up blaming Fahie and talk will bring talk. Fahie hold your head up because you served the people of this Territory well. Blessings to you my brother. There are more of us with you than those against!
  • t2db (27/11/2011, 22:32) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    while me agree Dancia had her faults as she did little in her district compare to Ralph, Fahie and Fraser, what Andrew try to do this this women was evil..but his day will come.
  • not to be trusted (28/11/2011, 06:23) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This man already ruined many of the childrens futures with his false examination results. I would like to think that he did not put Bevis up to this deed as that would make fahie even worse. Bevis proved that he was a racist and we are still not buying his gas. Was it worth it Bevis?
  • 8th district (28/11/2011, 15:07) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Dancia got rid of herself. She bragged that millions of dollars were spent in her district and yet still kids were playing hop scotch in shit water to and from school.
  • up with the news (28/11/2011, 16:17) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    good Fahie bad Fahie what about when Dacia and Frazer try to get him fired???? chat dat boss
  • R U ppl 4real? (28/11/2011, 19:08) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Now make sense out of nonsense! Andrew won his district comfortably. That tells me he put in the time to go and talk to his constituents to vote for him. Mark and Dr Pickering won their districts comfortably. This also tell me they did the work necessary to get constituents to vote for them. To think that Andrew had a plot to make Vincent, and Dancia lose the their districts is really silly. Marlon, Dancia's family, obviously put in sufficient work and brought enough to the table for the 8 District to vote him him. To suggest that Marlon won ONLY because Andrew had a ploy going on the other side is is "utter nonsense". Marlon obviously put the work in. Overall, there was a general move towards an NDP government and any weak district rep was bound to removed from office. That's just the way the cookie crumbles. So ppl get over yourselves and let the Government and Opposition of the Day do their jobs of running the country.
  • keith smith (28/11/2011, 22:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Mr. Fahie was the youth Minister why the hell he did not focus on the youths????

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