Tuesday, 4 March 2008

Malaysia general election 2008

Do you like to be 2nd choice? No, BUT..........

See what Carol Chew of BN did to Teresa Kok of DAP at Kuchai Lama...one sided catfight

Dumping old helmet and old motorbike for a new posh car?

This is because Teresa Kok is running for the Parliamentary seat in Seputeh as well as the state seat in Kinrara. So, they said she is 'stepping on two boats with two separate legs/separated legs (oh gawd!) ?' (chinese idiom on direct translation should be 'stepping on two boats with one leg). (note: Carol Chew is running for the Seputeh parliamentary seat)

Maybe Carol Chew wants to contest in both the area as well but didn't get the chance. But even if she get the chance, is she picturing herself in the second (bottom) part where the waving hand is?

I can't help feeling disgusted seeing such insulting caricatures like this. I know campaigns are never fair or 100% truthful, but for someone who can resort to mean and childish ideas like this I think will not be able to serve the people well with good intentions. Who knows when Bung Mokhtar (the "Bocor MP") says anything about women's monthly period again, she (Carol) will roar in laughters and clap the loudest? By the way, the bocor guy is still contesting in Kinabatangan. Enough shame landed on Sabahans.

You see, at 1st sight, I thought the poster meant whether we want to be second class citizens. I thought that was very bold or too bold to be put on roadside. As you know, the minority race here have been crying that they're treated as second class citizens due to many incidents. I'll spare you the list.

Another thing, I think it's indirectly insulting motorcyclists as sub-standard. Do you know how many people ride on motorcycle? Do you know that most who ride motorcycle cannot afford the luxury of a car? So I opined the 1st poster meant that Kinrara is a much more 'standard' place than Seputeh area.

Datuk Seri Pairin Kitingan also contesting for Keningau parliamentary seat and Tambunan state seat what...so what's the crying out loud for contesting in both Parliamentary seat and State seat? But this Kitingan fight is fun, because he'll be up against his own brother - Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan in Keningau. So it's a Datuk vs Datuk Seri. It's like Tan Sri Bernard Dompok in Penampang up against all small time candidates.

You must have thought I'm pro-Opposition rather than BN right? Guess me wrong. I'd say do vote for good and capable candidates. You don't want your MPs to be constantly missing in action on all the Parliamentary seatings or attending meetings for the sole agenda of kuih muih.

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