It is unfair and participates in the notion that these two parties alone matters. The only way in which they matter is as examples of how poorly to run a country. Under both of them none of the nations 10 industries controlled by the state ever managed to be economically viable. 

D2 posted:

It is unfair and participates in the notion that these two parties alone matters. The only way in which they matter is as examples of how poorly to run a country. Under both of them none of the nations 10 industries controlled by the state ever managed to be economically viable. 

True. But those two parties have been standing from the beginning of Guyanese local politics. The other parties come and go mostly during elections season. The same will happen after March elections (if the PNC truly allows it). They will disappear and then reappear in its current form or in another one when the next elections come around. They don't continue to put in the work necessary to become a somewhat household name.

ksazma posted:
D2 posted:

It is unfair and participates in the notion that these two parties alone matters. The only way in which they matter is as examples of how poorly to run a country. Under both of them none of the nations 10 industries controlled by the state ever managed to be economically viable. 

True. But those two parties have been standing from the beginning of Guyanese local politics. The other parties come and go mostly during elections season. The same will happen after March elections (if the PNC truly allows it). They will disappear and then reappear in its current form or in another one when the next elections come around. They don't continue to put in the work necessary to become a somewhat household name.

Your post is inane. D2 is right.

Mitwah posted:
ksazma posted:
D2 posted:

It is unfair and participates in the notion that these two parties alone matters. The only way in which they matter is as examples of how poorly to run a country. Under both of them none of the nations 10 industries controlled by the state ever managed to be economically viable. 

True. But those two parties have been standing from the beginning of Guyanese local politics. The other parties come and go mostly during elections season. The same will happen after March elections (if the PNC truly allows it). They will disappear and then reappear in its current form or in another one when the next elections come around. They don't continue to put in the work necessary to become a somewhat household name.

Your post is inane. D2 is right.

Looks like you trolling me now girl.

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