by Larry Smith
Like others, I spend a lot of time grazing on social media these days. Although you have to wade through muddy water, it is one of the best ways to gauge the opinions of a wide cross-section of Bahamians.
"A war has been declared,” wrote one poster on an FNM-oriented page. “The elephant in the room is whether the media will go where he sent them or go on the attack.”
Well, that’s an easy one. As former BTC marketing director Marlon Johnson posted: “The first rule I was taught in public relations is never go to war unnecessarily with people who buy their ink by the ton.”
Predictably, the Nassau Guardian’s op-ed section on Monday openly referred to the prime minister as “unhinged”, and castigated his “go to hell” remarks for being “extraordinarily disgraceful" and “incomprehensible.”