The level of political maturity in St. Vincent and the Grenadines from sitting members of parliament (parliamentarians/Senators) is very childish and call into question their capacity to sit in the House of Assembly. Clearly, this level of maturity is lacking on both sides of the house. They are like children in a school yard looking for attention and fail to understand the seriousness of the nation’s business. The Speaker of the house should also remove himself, immediately, from engaging in dialogues and making comments on social media.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is like the WILD WILD WEST (WWW). There is an obsessiveness and compulsiveness on either side of the house with power and control. They are like children trying to impress one another at elementary school. The speaker of the house is a principal who lacks the ability to exert legal authority on the students, since his personal life has been compromised by social fraternization with the opposition and political prostitution with the government.
I am of the view that there is a mist of uncertain in the air, on either side of the house. Ralph Gonsalves the writer, the editor, the director, the producer, the financer and the distributor failed to anticipate that the current political script may not have been well written and edited and as such the whole production is on the brink of destruction. The official opposition is emotionally charged and is very short sighted and is viewing the situation without logical spectacles. Again, the level of political maturity on both sides of the house is creeping with illness and a good spoon of political medication should be in order.
Ricardo Francis, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Waiting and in the Making
Dear Ricardo, they say their is one in every family and it would appear you are it.
Simon, I strongly recommend that you say exactly what you mean by your statement. If you are suggesting that I am the black sheep, then you should revisit that statement. You do not know my story and you should not make assumptions.
I suggest that you call a spade a spade and or make your point with facts and evidence.
Ricardo Francis, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Waiting and in the Making.
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