Comment history

Economist says...

no weapons at the bottom.
Those short shorts and sleeveless Tee's must be something else!

On Dept of Immigration dress code sparks debate

Posted 15 December 2018, 4:08 p.m. Suggest removal

Economist says...

OECD countries have their own residency programs. The UK has just said that they are not going to shut theirs down.

Economist says...

I agree Scott should follow the law.

The unions are being greedy.

Economist says...

How could you buy the hotel and not get the seller to pay out the staff? Only government officials would do this. They don't care about the peoples money.

The unions are a greedy bunch. That is our money they will be getting.

The Board should give them what the law says and nothing more.

On Lucayan union ‘feasts on economic tragedy’

Posted 14 December 2018, 4:54 p.m. Suggest removal

Economist says...

Excellent comments Mr. Campbell.

Economist says...

As one who grew up on a small island I am acutely aware of the environment.

Many islands are only two or three feet above high water mark. Three or four inch rise would make a major difference.

Economist says...

This means that Bahamians will need to register their organizations in the US. A Charity in the US or registered in the US can take anonymous donations.

Guess we will have to hire some people in the US and let the Bahamians go, but that is what the Government is telling us to do with this legislation.

Economist says...

We all know that people get sick and we need to provide for them BUT you already have $100 million a year to spend on it, so use that first. It will cover a very large chunk of the cost.

Do not ask me to give you more money to "lose"

Economist says...

Give the best party the outsourcing. That will then mean that the Bahamian businesses will have to up their game, which they can do, to win the bid.

Stop begging for business, instead go out and earn it.

Economist says...

Another example of the Unions not properly looking out for their members.

They are acting the same way as the UAW used to act in the 1970's. See how many members they had then and how many they have today.