Honestly all you people give me the heby-gebies if that's spelled right. All of us "adults" yes have been matured for some time so there's nothing else can be done to change what is but the younger people are still trainable and they are the ones we need to help. There's no use in everyone getting on like a bunch of children and that's how I see all of us who are constantly complaining about the gov as if you would be any different if you were in that position, lets just get on with the job of teaching our children by EXAMPLE.
Posted: 10/14/2012 6:41:31 PM
Rob from CBN :
Boy I bet Tom Osbourne wished the Anti-Bullying legislation was in place when he was a Tory! He would probably still be one if he wasn't bullyied!
Posted: 10/14/2012 4:58:41 PM
If you want to see bullying at its best just watch Dunderdale...Kennedy...Sullivan..during question period when the House is open
Posted: 10/14/2012 4:24:57 PM
Maybe the Tories should stop their own bullying first. Come on, 2015...
Posted: 10/14/2012 4:24:33 PM
yes, the government are concerned about it the bulling alright, when are they going to do something about it, do that go for every body,who are they trying to insult!!!!now this is what we were saying about TRUST???? and we got the PROOF!!!!... and not only bulling????
Posted: 10/14/2012 3:09:21 PM
What a nerve! The biggest bullies in the House, pontificating about bullying in schools. The crowd who shoved down our collective throats Bill C-29, against all of NL populations demands!? What hypocrisy!
Posted: 10/14/2012 1:46:45 PM
I wonder if the anti-bullying legislation that they create in the House, will apply in the House. Shameful disrespectful behaviour in there at every sitting. I also wonder how it will apply to MHA's who interfere with public servants trying to do their jobs!
Posted: 10/14/2012 12:10:11 PM
The bullies are gonna write the law.... :
Does anyone else see the irony in this? The government, the very people that have bullied the fishermen, bullied the public servants, bullied their own members of caucus, are discussing bullying! I'd love to have joined this discussion. They must have been coming up with new ways to bully its' constituents. Governments are like the parents of the land. You can talk the talk, but unless you actually lead by example, nothing will change! How is it that you have earned the right to tell children not to bully when they see examples of it everyday on talk shows, and in the media?
Posted: 10/14/2012 12:09:58 PM
Well if there is anyone who knows about bullying,it's politicians.You only need to watch question perion in the House of Assembly.And I hear what goes on behind the scenes is even worse.Often times politics has been referred to as Newfoundlands favorite bloodsport.Believe me politicians know bullying,because they experience it first hand.It's not just a problem among teens.I have also know guys who have quit jobs due to workplace bullying.The media will only focus on teen bullying for whatever reason.
Posted: 10/14/2012 11:09:57 AM
I hope the pcs follow their anti bulling regulations them selves but then again if they do then muskrat falls wouldn't happen.