Sunday, 18 January 2009

They did it again!

PAS candidate Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut is the new Kuala Terengganu MP.

He defeated Barisan Nasional’s Datuk Wan Farid Wan Salleh and independent candidate Azharuddin Mamat.

Close to 80% of the 80,229 registered voters cast their ballots yesterday.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the result was merely a setback and would not have any bearing on the national political landscape.
MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat thanked the Chinese voters for staying with the Barisan despite the overall unfavourable results.

With the results, Barisan now has 137 seats in the Dewan Rakyat while the Opposition holds 82. There are also three independent MPs.



BN Wan Farid's will find it hard to swallow his arrogant statement now.
Bet it is still stuck at his throat until now after receiving the news of the defeat.
Pray harder next time!

And I seriously think Najib is a bit too much on the optimistic by saying that this result was 'merely a setback and would not have any bearing on the national political landscape'.
Come on long you and your people want to stay in that dream- denial land?

What happened to the last GE?
Or are you saying that, it was also 'mere setback'.
Do you want to see Malaysia being managed by another party completely and you, Najib, being kicked out of that office and your missus cannot import more of her Italian's designers furniture for that beautiful luxurious house?

This is one example of a person that is not supposed to be where he is currently and going to be soon.
He is just another example of one minister who would open their mouth and speak of crap and gave unintellectual statement.

(hmmm...this brought my mind to one comparison done between Malaysian ministers and its forever foes, Singapore. Those Singaporean ministers are graduates of excellent universities WITH major in political international relations and other major which relates to managing a country.
Malaysia's ministers however; hmmm...the one that i really remember was the ex-Works Minister; education background; cannot be located where.....)

And there is no wonder at all that he agreed to officiates some public toilet sometimes ago!
Malaysian politician....

Post a Comment