You know shiok anot?
1) They get to go overseas just to learn how to debate better.
We wanted MPs to update themselves with the latest information about agriculture and high-tech food production so that we can debate better on the Budget when Parliament sits again in October.
2) They get to go to mysterious places, just like one of those American Reality TV shows where they fly contestants off to unknown places.
“We haven’t also decided on the destination country. You know me, I only like to announce something when all the details have been confirmed,” he said.
3) They get to go overseas to learn to become farmer. Wah….Barisan MPs must be very smart people, only need few days to learn.
Deputy Backbenchers Club chairman Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin also confirmed there was such a trip to explore agricultural technology.
“Probably, the trip will be over this weekend. But we have not decided how many MPs will be participating,” the Kinabatangan MP said.
So fun hor? No date, no destination but pasti hilang.
Haih…..why need to deny?
Tiong, the Bintulu MP, maintained that the trip “had nothing to do with Sept 16”, saying it was only natural to ask MPs to submit their passports for the purpose of visa applications and ticket bookings.
Gua caya sama lu lah, Tiong. You are doing it for the good of the country. You are going to make this weekend, mysterious trip to increase farming and foods production. I am so gamtung…*sniff* What a smart heroic act to save all humans, animals, germs on bumi Malaysia from starvation.
(all quotes taken from The Star – the newspaper that feeds us shits, so much shits we actually don’t need to eat rice anymore)
Updated : Pak Lah said, “Go with my blessings.” But hor, who is paying for this trip leh? Our taxpayers’ money, right? If yes, take it as our farewell gift for them lah.
“If they want to go, let them go. Why connect their trip with the Sept 16 issue (of mass defection).
“For them it (Sept 16 issue) is not important. They are not the one planning to jump and leave the Barisan Nasional.
“I did not organise the trip,” he told reporters Friday after launching the Pemudah’s new Business Licensing Electronic Support System (BLESS) here.
Abdullah also said that toppling the Government on Sept 16 would not happen and that Barisan members would not desert the party.