Acting Prime Minister Jack Warner dismissed criticism of his appointment by the T&T Transparency Institute and Fixin’ T&T and declared that he was only interested in persons who voted for him.
Wired868 wonders if, following that line of logic, citizens can also ignore politicians they did not personally vote into office. And, if so, why is everyone harassing Imam Yasin Abu Bakr for taking that thought to a natural conclusion by arranging his own parliamentary reshuffle?
Warner declared that he won’t stoop to debate his critics but believes his role is to bring people up to his level.
Wired868 cannot confirm that Warner’s level is delightfully free of policemen, whistleblowers, high court judges, 2006 World Cup footballers, auditors and Lasana Liburd.