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January 18, 2012


larry smith

Awarding the food and beverage concession for Nassau International Airport to Tiger Finlayson (and his shareholder Pindling, who was prime minister at the time) for eternity was an equivalent display of greed and arrogance. It just wasn't politically stupid at the time, since the PLP enjoyed uncritical support from a vast majority of the population.

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