After looking at the comical news that popped up all over Malaysiakini, The Star and other media, I think it is about time we rakyats and voters remind the politicians who are their bosses. We voted them into office. I believe their salaries come from the taxpayers money too. They are suppose to serve the people. Not their own ego, power, selfish needs and we are not amuse with their menopausal antics.
Firstly, that what-what female DAP politician who said she has a heartbreak because the DAP Sec-Gen aka my #1 favourite politician warned all his DAP ADuns must behave. (malaysiakini) Eh, auntie, we don’t care how you feel. Don’t make it to the news about how you feel. Your job is to make sure all the people in your constituency feels good. Geddit?
Next are the two PKR politicians who have corruption cases against them. And UMNO readily and willingly accepted them. Pak Lah and Najib said so on the news. I was like….oh yeah……’cos they qualified 100%, right?????????? They don’t need to be trained further, right????????
Now, the monkeys insisted they never resigned but was forced to sign the resignation letter last year ‘under duress’ (again I picked this from malaysiakini). These people are making a mockery of our democratic process of electing them. I hope the people of Perak will tell them to take a hike because they do not want corrupted politicians, whether they are PKR, DAP, UMNO, PAS or whatever party.
And as if the situation is not chaotic enough, Gerakan Mr. Speckie added more fuel to the bonfire. He call Pakatan Rakyat ‘King of Frogs’ and like a kid, he said, “Mommy…it wasn’t me, they started it….”
“All this hopping started with Pakatan Rakyat back in April and we (Barisan Nasional) did not start it,” Dr Koh told reporters
Like doh….We do not give a damn, dear politicians. We voted you to work your butt off for the people. Stop all these monkey acts because you are wasting time and money. Time and money which are better spend helping the poor, homeless, marginalized, needy and other groups of people in your constituencies.
We have enough, don’t we?