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Published:Tuesday | October 6, 2015 | 12:00 AM

With a general election looming large, analyst Mark Wignall gives his hard-hitting, undiluted views on political happenings in Jamaica.

Read his column in the pages of The Gleaner or online on Wednesday, October 7.

He writes: In East Rural ST Andrew, the PNP’s Damion Crawford, a man not known for keeping his political thoughts to himself, was just recently despatched by Peter Blake, a businessman. I feel sad for young Crawford, but he tried to move ahead of the clock, trying to force half an hour into 15 minutes

“Crawford breached the cardinal rule of party politics: Never force on people what they are not ready to accept. Give it to them in little bits and sips.”