Don’t follow party bosses blindly

2016-08-11 06:00

BY now it should be more than obvious to even the most loyal and sycophantic supporter, that if your leader is a “lemon”, and you blindly defend and support the incessant faux pas, poor judgments and idiotic utterances, at best, you will end up with a sour and, in reality, bitter taste in your mouth.

Will the folly of blind loyalty sink in, or will the supporters follow the fatal lessons of the past Nationalist Party supporters until doomsday dawns?

Viva democracy, and let us all unite and build the country into the colossus it has all the potential to be.

Efficient, honest and committed application and deference to the electorate’s wishes, making a promise a certainty, will go a long way.

C. MacGillivray

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