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Sunday 22 April 2018
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Gentlemen, come out fighting

THE EDITOR: There is never a dull moment in Parliament, the antics providing me with a lot of comic relief. Really, if you want a stress reliever, check out the Parliament Channel, which shows the goings-on in our esteemed Lower House. With crime, high prices and endless taxation sweeping the country, citizens are in need of some entertainment.

I was floored when UNC MP Dr Roodal Moonilal was invited by PNM Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to “meet me on the pavement.”

I started to salivate about a brutal encounter with all the trimmings of World Wrestling Entertainment. This bout could earn the Treasury much-needed dollars, possibly foreign exchange.

I had visions of slaps, fisticuffs, drop kicks, choke holds, choke slams, flying kicks, roundhouse kicks, cobra holds, sleeper holds, suplexes, superman punches and back-breakers ... to name a few.

If and when both men collide, I hope the Red Cross and St John Ambulance are there. This has the makings of an exciting bout with international appeal. Gentlemen, stop the talking, come out fighting. May the best man win.

KEITH ANDERSON via e-mail

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