Lame 'Portia' Cabinet
1. Onlookers in and outside of the PNP are now calling for a Cabinet reshuffle. They say it's time the Chairman For Life come up with a comprehensive plan to address the harvesting and management of water or be made to go. The minister of industry is said to be comatose. The minister of national security's tenure to date has generated more insecurity. While some others are nothing but bench-warmers who need to earn their keep or be reshuffled to make way for those who can cut it! All in all, the new watchword is 'action'.
Where's the youth support?
2. Some political observers are saying they are finding it a bit confusing that the supposed younger candidate is not the one generating enthusiasm within the ranks of the young in the organisation, but seems to be the one attracting the political dinosaurs. They confide it does not augur well for his claim to being the young one with the vision!
Good riddance to bad rubbish
3. First, the whispers were that they were partners in crime. Now some say they are the latest twosome. Because they are still married, and not to each other, their friends and family do not know what to make of the current situation, as the word is, they are now officially playing 'dolly-house'. Whatever the deal is though, there are those who are saying it's a case of good riddance to bad rubbish, in both cases.
4. The fear in some quarters is that the age-old practice of the dead being resurrected to cast ballots is being revived by those who are the 'new and different posse'.
5. Some say recent happenings prove that shouting out the wrong name in ecstasy can be fatal or injurious to philandering partners.
6. Subscribers are complaining bitterly about the shoddy service now being experienced. They complain about dropped calls, missed calls and late messages.