After all the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis’ work to portray the Bahamas abroad as a corrupt country, it has paid off. The Bahamas has gone down a notch on Transparency International’s list of the countries and their ranking on corruption so said the Bahama Journal on 31st January 2019. Under the PLP, the Bahamas was ranked the least corrupt country in the Caribbean region at number 28 overall. The FNM went to work and everywhere they went they said The Bahamas was a corrupt country: at CARICOM and at the United Nations. Now that it has worked and the honour of least corrupt in the region has gone to Barbados, the Minister of Finance who helped the Prime Minister with this narrative is perplexed. You shouldn’t be Peter. Just be careful what you wish for and stop running your mouth, calling your own fish stink.