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JLP has persistently tricked voters

Published:Tuesday | September 26, 2017 | 12:10 AM


In the February 28, 2016 general election, the following local government elections in November, and the soon-to-come by-election in St Mary, Andrew Holness has once more unleashed another dirty trick to garner and shore up support, finding the most lucrative way to manipulate potential voters of the People's National Party (PNP) to vote Jamaica Labour Party (JLP).

Doubling minimum wage for the indigent, the $1.5-million lie, additional room on your house con, etc, etc. All was premeditated to dismantle the plans of the PNP to grow the Jamaican economy. The three-card man has trumped the Jack of the devil. Jamaicans were also tricked again during the local government elections.

Amid a disastrous crime wave, we were told that we would soon be able to keep our windows and doors open at night. To the contrary!

A by-election is in the air, and a mammoth project is under way for another dirty and muddy demoralising trick to win at all costs, similar to the exuberant and costly bush-clearing project.

The prosperity dream was a farce.