Nov 01, 2011 Letters
Many are concerned about the real premise of the recent defections amongst the political parties.
Was it about principled positions and failure to find common ground; or was it just selfish, disgruntled individuals trying to satisfy their own egos & pockets? I think the latter.
This election is not about the carpetbaggers who roam the internet reveling about who defects and who can raise more money. This election is not about big name donors and slick political rhetoric.
This election is about game change, restoring democracy and the rule of law, restoring the pride of being Guyanese, uniting the races (none should be superior to the other), and more importantly, making us once again proud to say we are one people, one nation with one destiny.
Our politicians have disappointed and deceived us over the years; they continue to be compromised, switching positions and loyalty for a price; hence, one is forced to ask, why not a soldier? Consequently, of all the candidates, David Granger is the more trustworthy; of all the candidates, David Granger is the only person with unblemished integrity; of all the candidates, David Granger is the right choice to lead Guyana forward.
In the words of Bobby Kennedy, “Few will have the greatness to bend history itself; but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total; of all those acts will be written the history of this generation.”
It is our time now to change the course of history and elect a government that will serve the interest of ALL the people of Guyana. We must vote for APNU and elect David Granger, President of Guyana!
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