I’m here in India having a bawl because Oma and I went to Karni Mata and well, let’s just say underneath my shoes are less than clean! While we were there, the rats flocked to my feet. You know how they say when foreigners come down and the mosquitoes attack them and nobody else in the area that they sense the new blood? Seems to be the same issue here. Oma became frightened seeing all the rats around me. I honestly believe I could have lied down and they would have taken me all over the place.
I called Ramesh to tell him what had happened and he made a joke about the head rat going home to see the children and they were happy. We had a good laugh over it, then there was an awkward silence. We ended the conversation there.
Damn right I wasn’t at the Finance Committee meeting in Parliament. The PNM seems to think they can dictate the underlying fibers of how a Government approaches things such as common courtesy. If Ramesh wants to jet set to Grenada he should be able to do so, as should I here in India. The PNM should be giving us sufficient time to go about our business elsewhere, since some of us may or may not be seeing about purchasing new houses in different countries that we don’t want the public to know about. Hypothetically speaking, of course.
Still in vacation mode, but Ramesh is giving it to the PNM and their games. Their latest game? Hangman.
I have a smile on my face reading about the COP not being allowed into parliament. I don’t even care about the reason, I’m just glad they did it. Oh, how I long to be home again to wreak havoc on them.
Mister Duck and Run then went on to say something about the COP only spending $12 million on the last election while the UNC-A and PNM spent $249 million. I’m not sure what the point he was trying to make was exactly. Perhaps that the COP is inadequate and should not be allowed to enter parliament? That seems like it.
Filed under COP, PNM, UNC
I don’t even have to be in the country for my blood to boil over the PNM showing how useless they are. The non proclaimation of this bill shows that this Government is one filled with inadequate persons. Leave it to Ramesh to make me proud!
“You have a lot of other laws for the benefit of the country which have not been implemented and I’m not surprised they have not had any breathalyser legislation implemented. This is something that is urgent and will prevent deaths on the road, but the Government doesn’t seem to care. This is incompetence.”
I hope nobody brings up that time when we rejected Government’s proposal to not grant kidnappers bail.
I do miss ripping the PNM a new one. Will be back soon!
Actually, I’d like to start with the President of the Police Second Division for knocking our crime plan. Keep your logic and common sense to yourself.
Yesterday UNC A Chief Whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj expressed relief at Government’s announcement that it did not intend to block the UNC A’s application to have crime debated by the House of Representatives this afternoon.
“I am really relieved that the Government does not suspend the Order Paper (agenda) as it did at the Opening of Parliament, that it does not intend to repeat its conduct in suspending items on the Order Paper,” Maharaj said, referring to the recent controversy over the sudden adjournment of the House at that opening and the skipping of several items on the Order Paper.
With regard to Parsanlal’s comments that by claiming Government would try today to suspend the business of the House, Maharaj had been caught with his pants down, the Chief Whip quipped: “The criminals have left the pants of the Government down for the last seven years and so far the criminals have the Government pants down, so the issue is really whether in the debate
Some behind the scenes info: Ramesh has a bladder control problem and from what I heard, this time he REALLY lost control, saying “I Am Relieved” out loud. When asked about it, he said what you read above. Does he know how to spin a sticky(, or should that be wet?) situation? Only from the UNC-A.