No method in the madness
By Edward Hinkson | Wed, August 01, 2012 - 12:01 AM()
It shocked me to read that the United States Olympic uniforms were “made in China” and that some of the military camouflage gear made the men more highly visible targets.
And when I thought I had got enough, I learned of the saga at The Alexandra School and, of course, worry about what else there is going on at our schools and places.
I had not yet pushed from the windmills of my mind our Prime Minister visiting a prisoner who deserved freedom but whose circumstances are unprecedented. We are not shortchanging him, so a visit by a representative at a lower level would have been the way to go. Seems that visit had no effect on expediting the matter as it must run its course.
Perhaps the People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) has the answer, and could perhaps get him admitted to Venezuela. The PEP is all for Petrocaribe which may mean cheaper oil, but prove costly in the political arena.
Another concern is about plans to plant palms at or near a roundabout where drivers have to be more vigilant than ever. Those trees grow large branches often, and it would seem hazardous, considering that some may fall on windscreens.
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What is your take on Owen Arthur bowing out of elective politics? Is he going at the right time, too soon, or should he have bowed out before?
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