EDITOR, The Tribune.
I am writing to disagree with many of detractors of the Prime Minister who question his tenacity, vision and commitment to getting things done.
In my opinion, the Prime Minister has shown that he is very focused, tenacious and committed when he receives the proper incentive.
Consider that even though there is no workable national plan to create meaningful jobs for Bahamians, adequately address crime, illegal immigration, fiscal prudence, etc, we have seen the Prime Minister stand his ground, in the face of public criticism with a certain member of the House and a Letter of Intent, ensuring the appointment of a certain Governor General, allowing a certain Lyford Cay resident to do as he pleases and taking the necessary steps to ensure the legalising of gambling despite his campaign promises and the results of a national referendum.
I believe he is clearly showing that he knows how to get a job done and he is also showing where his priorities and loyalties lie.
The challenge for the Bahamian people is simply to find out what it would take to incentivise him to act on their behalf.