Before the Telegram issues its balanced edict and explains to the masses why they should not be bothered by Williams' VOCM melt-down, here are three questions:
1) Proud. This government is very proud of the fact that it is so very, very busy. They remind us all the time that they have no time. So if they are so super busy, why did Williams have nothing better to do than call VOCM?
2) Strong. This government prides itself on its strong, steady judgement. They remind us all the time that they are the masters of their destiny. So if they are in such total command, why did Williams lose control of his temper?
3) Determined. This government prides itself on its determined leadership. They remind us all the time that naysayers are insignificant and that Newfoundlanders are the most optimistic people in the Western world. So if they have such iron-clad determination and everyone is so optimistic, why did Randy Simms' comments put Williams into such a rage?