caribny posted:ronan posted:caribny posted:
I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.
When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.
Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?
I know that you aren't that naïve.
stop your nonsense and address my simple question
The fact that YOU refuse to understand what I said is YOUR issue. This is my answer. Now tell me what in these comments ensures that APNU expands its vote beyond its African base?
interesting question [we likely agree on the answer] . . . but that’s not the subject of THIS thread
now focus, and stop meandering all over the place