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Haha. Honestman, I'm just saying that after years go by, people have a different way of framing things that occurred. I was just a little boy during the '92 elections - I remember parades in the street and people chanting, "L.O. (Pindling) got to go!". My mother thought he was a disgrace; a puppet of drug traffickers, deeply flawed, and very corrupt. Fast forward to today, and those sins are mostly forgiven. Ping is in our wallets, has an airport named for him, and his wife is the Governor General (http://www.nytimes.com/1992/08/21/world/bahamian-leader-loses-in-election.html (go a few paragraphs down for the corruption part)) I suspect this will be the same review of Christie... a lover of Junkanoo, devoted leader that did his best, blah, blah, blah. Knowing the way we do things, we might invent a $500 bill for him.
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