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

Saturday, June 04, 2011


Bob Wakeham writes in Saturday's Telegram:

Now you’d expect the Liberals, in particular, to exploit the fact that many Newfoundlanders appear worried they might have to swallow a bitter Upper Churchill-like pill (although Jones’ questions in the legislature carried more weight than will that amateurish, foolish bit of cartooned animation unveiled at last week’s convention).

But others without an active political agenda — the former Tory finance minister John Collins comes to mind, as does a former member of the Hydro board of directors, Ed Hearn, (carrying some light political baggage) — have also wondered about the strategy surrounding Muskrat Falls.

Speaking of John Collins and Ed Hearn, has anyone at the Telegram been able to find Dean MacDonald, or his viciously-severed tongue?



At 12:14 PM, June 05, 2011 , Blogger Edward Hollett said...

1894. The year the local banks collapsed.


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