The governor and business officials expressed disappointment yesterday over the defeat of the land lease initiatives in the House of Representatives. The initiatives proposed longer lease terms for public and private lands in the Commonwealth. Had the initiatives passed the Legislature, they would have been placed on the ballot for ratification in the Nov. 3 election. “I am very disappointed that the indigenous people have been denied the right to decide how best to use their own land,” said Gov. Benigno R. Fitial. “At a critical time in our economic development, with our revenues and budget falling, we looked at these initiatives as a major way to stimulate investment and provide relief to the people. It's a big setback. A similar initiative to extend private land leases passed in the Senate last year. Read the whole story at: Saipan Tribune . Guess they know what is good for us, we voted them into power, now didn't we? I'm sure they don't want us to vote on it, since they already know what's good for all of us without our votes. My reaction...Frigging idiots... .....GED....
Saturday, July 7, 2007
381- A SHOT IN THE FOOT
TO THE VOTERS WHO PUT US IN POWER, WE ARE IT, THE ONES, YUP, WE KNOW WHATS BEST FOR YOU, WE DON'T NEED YOUR VOTES OR OPINIONS ANYMORE, WE RULE! Why should you simpletons make decisions, like voting on something we can decide for you, Don't you know we are the smartest ones, that we know best. Hell you don't need to be bothered to vote on what you think is best, we've already decieded for you. Now go home and shut-up. Get lost. The H.o.R.