It's not Romney's time

By Eva-Jean

Friday, November 09, 2012

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Seems that history favours Barack Obama and has cemented his place in the annals of time with a second term as president of the greatest nation on earth. We wish him all the best. It was clearly not Governor Mitt Romney's time, though he ran a bruising campaign. We also wish him well.

With friends like these...

Behind the socialite's back, pretend friends laugh and joke about his financial problems. Many of them benefited when things were better.

What did the song say? 'Only your friend know your secret, so only he can reveal it...'

Double disaster hits remittances

The outspoken woman was loud enough for everyone at the Western Union pick-up point to hear her woes when she did not get the remittance she expected from her relative in New York. "Bwoy, mi wouda like fi know wah New Yawk do so fi get two disaster one after the odder. Now mi caan even get de lickle something!"

Why so quiet?

The western politician must have been muzzled. He has not been heard from in months and constituents have noticed the silence. Did he step on someone's toes? Some are even wondering if a departure announcement is on the cards.

Nice move, Daryl

Ideas man Daryl Vaz hit upon another good one, to raise founds for Hurricane-hit Portland, and not just for his West Portland constituency alone. Many people are already singing his praises as a man of action and not a bag a mouth. Good to see bipartisanship with Ronnie Thwaites joining in, even if it's out of enlightened self-interest.

Question of the week

Is Senior Supt James Forbes still on leave?

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