Led Zeppelin

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  • Keteu808
    Let me give my two cents. Most Pohnpeians {80%-90%} are uneducated and unemployed. My numbers are of course not exactly but within the ballpark I'd say. They come and go, day in and day out. Living life the island way as it's always been. We mingle, we drink sakau, we cry and we laugh. The masses don't really care what goes on in government because the grassroots always take care of their own. We don't ask for government cheese or free hand outs. If it does happen, we'd appreciate it and keep on keeping on. Politics is something that has become a tradition and we visit the voting booth every 2-4 years. It's just like going to church, it's a part of culture. We do it because it's something that we do. To be concerned on who is in office and what he does doesn't really matter. People are accustomed to seeing nothing. So really, it doesn't matter who in there at Palikir because we don't get to reap the benefits of it. We vote mainly by association. We don't see policy and agenda. This is
    April 2015 Comment
  • Keteu808
    Didn't mean to start up a new convo that might derail the topics. You had a good point and i just wanted to share mine. Sorry if it troubles you.
    April 2015 Comment
  • Keteu808
    Led Zeppelin, it seems you're not in favor of a new hope, new face, a freshman Congressman in office. Though I don't vote, I am an advocate for change. Try out new things. Dohses might be well known in this political arena but it's important to keep our options open. The beauty of democracy. We don't like eating taro anymore, we try breadfruit, metaphorically speaking. Yes, Ferny like any new comer, will be tested on his agendas, ideas and professionalism to carry the needs of not only District 1 but the FSM as a whole on the international stage. You mentioned Congressman Ferney won't be doing small projects like street lights and what not. Name one Congressman that doesn't appeal to his constituents by filling up a puddle in the middle of the street to win the hearts an minds. They all practice that approach. It's the little things that count. We don't really have a foreign policy so we can care less about the issues our Congressmen have with other countries, we'd rather see them app
    April 2015 Comment