Demo Party critic ignores the facts, says Rasmussen

Friday January 19, 2018 Published in Letters to the Editor
The CIP was deeply involved in causing the country’s debt for the Sheraton debacle, says office of the opposition leader chief executive, Wilkie Rasmussen. 18011820 The CIP was deeply involved in causing the country’s debt for the Sheraton debacle, says office of the opposition leader chief executive, Wilkie Rasmussen. 18011820

First, a response to your letter writer yesterday about Kata's cartoon and a so-called Demo voter.

 

It’s convenient for the writer to dismiss the Sheraton debt as having been caused by the Demo Party.

Typical of ignorance of the facts when the CIP of the day was in fact deeply involved in causing the debt. So pull the other one.

I suppose if you politicise Kata in your favour, you would think his cartoon was brilliant and anti-Demo.

Kata was once sharp and is still good at sending double political messages.

Demos read his cartoon with humour because it is always the Demos that always clean up the mess.

In respect of the writer's reference to the Toa debacle, guess what, a potential CIP candidate was instrumental in this.

And please stop threatening the Demos with your "I voted for the Demo before," line because you gave yourself away with the same line from previous letters.

Secondly, as a minister of the Crown, Mark Brown is obliged to tell the public the truth.

The Demo Party is alleging that he has lied about an issue and we don't need to name sources.

If the government or Mark Brown tells fibs, then we will speculate.

If he tells the truth, we will debate.

I'm not sure why Mark Brown referred to the holiday season.

I had a great break, thanks. One thing I'm certain about was that the minister has fumbled his facts before and publicly accused an innocent member of the community.

He certainly ate humble pie there.

So he cannot be trusted.

The Demo Party is here for the long run whether you like it or not, and whether we are next to Hagar or on the front page.

            Wilkie Rasmussen

            CEO for the office of the Leader of the Opposition

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