Jul 23, 2008

We are having more and more political goons

I cannot help but feel annoyed when we have goons who will condemned Pakatan Rakyat over non-issues by twisting and turning the facts for their political gains when the rakyat are the ones who are set to gain.

“The state’s duty is to collect the compounds but it did not, so that is menyeleweng lah! Why are you taking care of those who are guilty? What about those who have paid, do they get a refund?” Azhar Ibrahim, who is state Umno secretary, retorted.http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/7/23/nation/21890874&sec=nation

“If the Malays can compromise with not having road signs in Jawi or Arabic, we do not see why the other races cannot practise a similar thing,” said Tanjung Umno Youth division chief Shaharuddin Hassan.http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/7/23/nation/21894011&sec=nation
Let us keep track on these two goons and decide later whether to list them in the Rakyat's Hall of Shame.

And then we also have the goons from Gerakan who tried to show their intelligence.
Former Datuk Keramat assemblyman Ong Thean Lye said yesterday he was shocked, but flattered, when he discovered on Monday night that Sungai Pinang assemblyman Koid Teng Guan's questions were exactly the same as the ones he posed at the assembly last November
Does it matter how the questions are asked and who asked the questions when core issues are concern?What the rakyat want to see are actions taken on these core issues and are not interested in plagiarism.
As for the intelligence part, let the rakyat judge.
Sigh, so much for Malaysian politics.

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