Bligh should be applauded
NATURAL disasters should be a t i me f or mending fences, not a time for more destruction.
Interpreters for hearing i mpaired were amongst Premier Bligh’s admirers during the disasters.
They were amazed how focused she was on the welfare of people in danger.
Debra Gibson ( TB, Feb 28) and others are obsessed in their enmity towards her.
When flood waters receded and wind speed indicators slowed, political axe grinders and banjo players started.
Bleating by authorities before their claims were submitted for scrutiny did little to speed up process.
Has our society become so I, me, my we cannot recognise a job well done? BRUCE RANDOLPH,