Monday, November 24, 2008

The Other Side of the Lady

I always like to give people the benefit of the doubt... I look for the good in people. I want to believe that people are inherently good... And for the most part, they are.

But, some people aren't. They're advantageous. They prey on the weak and feeble minded. They think only about themselves.

I'm observing our Mayor, Zenida Moya.... and more and more, I'm questioning her motives. More and more, I believe that she does NOT have the interest of the Belizean people at heart. More and more, I fear her, and I think she should NOT be in office.

What's the legacy of her mayorship? A freaking gazebo at the foot of Swing Bridge? What a big flaming pile of bull...

Maybe I'm wrong and I'm over reacting... but I'd love to get your opinion on the matter...


Trazidex said...

Her Legacy will be a variation on Fonseca's.

Scandals? Yes.
Misappropriation of funds? Yes
Do nothing councillors? Yes
Horrible infrastructure? Yes
Trash Problem? Yes

Carlito's Way said...

I don't think the pile of bull is flaming at all. In fact, I think that the traffic post was well needed. The level of traffic that is there does not yet require a traffic light. In fact, I think a traffic light will only add to the confusion, and that is not something we will want.

The traffic post should help, if it is used properly. We as motorists have to be more disciplined in our use of the road.

I can't speak to the other portions of the comments on this, except in relation to the two horrendous mistakes made at both ends of St. Thomas Street. Now THAT is a flaming pile, if ever there was one. There was no alterations in the median to psychologically prepare the drivers proceeding on Princess Margaret Drive to slow down and treat the intersection as what it is now supposed to be...a roundabout!!!!

We will continue to see more accidents until ordinary users of the intersections recognise them for what they are...roundabouts!!! Again, this is not all Moya's fault. We need to be responsible as motorists.

I only wish that we could always expect responsibility from our leaders...