looking for direction

Posted: July 6, 2009 in Bermuda, bermuda politics

I’m loving the new Bermuda JEWEL blog already. I was about to choke on the latest rantings of Walter Roban this morning when I read yesterday’s post by A Visitor’s Perspective and was reassured from the ensuing debate that there are still sensible, honourable people in the PLP who could, if they want, stop this current insanity and hatred from destroying the Government, their party and the very fabric of our fragile society. Here’s part of what he/she had to say:

There comes a time when, traveling down the road toward a destination, that a passenger realizes that the bus is going in the wrong direction.  The passenger may be silent, in hopes that, eventually, the bus will find the right road, and continue its journey.  The passenger may speak to the driver, and ask them to stop for directions, or to take a different route.  Many passengers may speak to the driver and express similar thoughts.  But if the driver chooses to ignore them, then the passengers need to figure out how and when to seek a new driver.

NOTE: This post has been amended from yesterday. I mistakenly credited the Bermuda JEWEL post as being by former PLP Senator Davida Morris. Ms Morris did moderate the post but the content was, in fact, a guest post submitted by A Visitor’s Perspective. I have no idea who he or she is. Apologies for the error!

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Comments
  1. alsys says:

    Morning. That post was actually submitted by a reader, “A Visitors Perspective”.

  2. Phil says:

    I don’t think Ms. Morris wrote that – looks like it was a guest post by “A Visitor’s Perspective”.

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