A change has come
December 29, 2012
It is with great satisfaction that I write to you.
The result of the recent general election bodes well for the future of Bermuda. It seemed as if we were in a state of hopelessness and that much had been lost. The OBA's victory suggests that a new day is coming for the people of Bermuda, one where cronyism, nepotism and favouritism is in the past. Will we get transparency, fairness and openness? Time will be the telling factor.
The OBA have unveiled an honest, capable, experienced and fresh team. Mistakes will be made, but with support and bipartisanship much could be accomplished. The PLP have suggested through their selection of power brokers that they could also help in the rebuilding of Bermuda.
Our futures and those of generations to come are at stake. Good luck to all and may Bermuda be the winner. All the Best!
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