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January 10, 2012


Philip Smith

Finally Simon has put aside his "Anyone but Bran" ax and come back with an article that is actually thoughtful. I have been most dismayed by the silly "critiques" of the Bahamian political system that seem to spew out of every Bahamian who spent a few months at school. These critiques show a woefully delinquent understanding of the strengths and utility of out parliamentary system. I won't go on but this is a fair sight better than the Anti-Bran drum we've come to expect.

Dr. Julius Theophilus

Simon, this is SUPERB and it will be a delight for Bahamians to read this slowly, digest it and discuss it throughout the country. Looking forward to Part Two. Kudos.

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