Jack, ignore the monkey tricks
I did not vote in May 2010 because I wasn't here at the time, otherwise the People's Partnership would have got one more vote, but I am not a fanatic or a member of any political party for that matter.
I am simply a citizen who can think for himself and cut to the chase so as not to be fooled by the smoke and mirrors keeping countries like ours out of proper focus, because we have this weird habit in T&T of pulling down instead of building up.
A perfect example of that is what has been happening to Jack Warner, for instance in the newspapers where the main emphasis is on him, as if he is Atlas and carrying all the world's troubles on his back.
So, please don't cuss me for going against the flow and lending a word of support and encouragement to him.
Mr Warner, I am taking the headline of a newspaper editorial and telling you with all sincerity to get on with the job the people elected to you to do, which is to do what you have to do to make this place a better place.
I am much younger than you, sir, having been born in 1986, but old enough to know monkey tricks when I see them.
As a Christian I know that the same crowd you worked miracles for, and that welcomed you with open arms on the Sunday before, would call for your crucifixion on Friday the same week, once vested interests see you as a threat to them. A prophet is not without honour except in his own land.
May the Good Lord bless and protect you, sir! Heaven help us if you fail and they win!