No confidence?

Does the United Bermuda Party realize how ridiculous they make themselves look when Opposition Leader Kim Swan is suggested to have made comments like the low voter turnout was a vote of no confidence in Premier Ewart Brown's Government?  If low voter turnout is a benchmark of confidence then perhaps the opposition leader should more carefully examine the numbers and take a long hard look in the mirror.  Indeed the percentage of those who did turn out to support the UBP declined in comparison to the last election and if anything is a vote of no confidence in the UBP and its present leader.

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He couldn’t not make a comment like that it’s politics and it’s to be expected.
It’s equally as ridiculous for the PLP to congratulate itself on a higher percentage of votes cast when so few people actually bothered to vote.
If anything it is a vote of no confidence in both parties but, most likely it’s just apathy.

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Wow. So you’re telling me that both parties are excited over the election results when in reality both parties ought to have some concern.
Bermuda politics is just laughable. Like Nioe says, there’s a lot of apathy at present and it continues to grow.
The UBP leadership still needs that reality check, I fear.

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I think both leaderships need a reality check to be honest