Tuesday talk

Published: Tuesday | January 10, 2012 Comments 0


1. The party that claimed it had no money was simply awash with cash on the important day from an assessment of field reports. There are unsubstantiated claims that enlightened self-interest propelled one group to pump a sizeable sum into the campaign, while there is the strategy of wily corporate donors who delivers something to everyone but will always follow the winner.

2.. Election campaigns are not at all bad for the economy. A bounce in the sale of wigs and hairpieces, as well as spanking new vehicles, indicate that some households emerged from the campaign with tangible gains.

3.. Don't expect anything new and different warned one former worker who found that her name was given to the security guard denying her entry into the Big Yard. And she was not alone in getting this treatment for there was an indecent haste to hustle people out of their offices. This is democracy at work.

4. We alerted our readers to the season of political weddings, but one of them is not likely to come off. Some are now calculating that it was really a campaign ploy designed to portray an image, but the truth is there are absolutely no plans to tie any knot or even to have a relationship.

5. Some people are actually thinking that Mama P can wave a magic wand and return the so-called investments from the scammers ... pleezeee don't hold your breath.

 

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