Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Letter: PNM still can't accept its defeat

Drug addicts become jittery not long after their "vital supplies" are snatched away completely. The condition is called "withdrawal". Left unchecked, withdrawal leads to bungling, incoherence, panic, paralysis, ultimately death. 
Politicians addicted to using the Treasury to fix themselves, experience similar symptoms when they're yanked away from the feeding trough. 

Once the People's National Movement stays on its present erratic course, bet your bottom dollar it would degenerate from its present incoherence mode to full-stage panic or paralysis by 2015. 

Until PNM understands it lost the 2010 general election it won't begin the adjustments necessary to for it to be effective as a party in opposition. Only a Nutty Professor would regard Dr Rowley's latest escapades as anything other than the knee-jerk reactions of someone desperate to regain the upperhand. 

The "urgent meeting" between PNM Leader, Dr Rowley and Integrity Commission Chairman, Ken Gordon, is nothing more than another sign that PNM is in withdrawal tailspin. 

Considering Dr Rowley's lately "discovered" a back door at his office which was there all along, it appears the man has reached tipping point and the next move will take him over the edge. 

His colleagues ought to intervene and straitjacket him before he further jeopardizes himself and carries them overboard with him. 
The question is: will they, seeing nearly all of them seem as out of touch as he is?

Garry Hunter | La Seiva, Maraval.

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