"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

On unfounded accusations

Some words of wisdom from Tuesday's sitting of the House of Assembly — the last of the 5 Daniel I, 2008-09:
MS DUNDERDALE: … Getting up and assigning motives to the Premier, to me, and to my colleagues in this House, but he never decides to assign a motive to anybody who is associated with him or, with all due respect, to Mr. Letto either. I never heard any such foolishness before in my life, and if you can see some action somebody in this government has taken to promote their own interests against the best interests of Newfoundland and Labrador, then you lay it on the table. Otherwise, I suggest that you hold your tongue until you have some evidence – you have some evidence! - to support the accusations that you are making.


MS DUNDERDALE: You do not have the right - you do not have the right! – to stand up and accuse people in this House of Assembly without any evidence whatsoever to support your position.

With that, Mr. Chair, I will conclude my remarks.
Amen to that, sister, amen!


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