Dear CM, convince us

Dear CM

The Pakatan Rakyat is talking about a 2-party system. We the voters want to see it happen. But before I can believe, I want to be convinced of a 1-unity coalition party.

(part one)

The above is when Datuk Zaid visited Penang. It doesn’t matter who organised the event. As a voter, I am not convinced of the unity and solidarity, unison and oneness that the Pakatan Rakyat politicians are talking about.

(part two)

Now, Dato’ Nizar is coming. Please ask your DAP folks to be there to show us that they are one with PKR and PAS.

1. Perak Crisis: The lessons for Two-Party System in Malaysia
Krisis Perak: Pengajaran Menuju Sistem Dua Party di Malaysia

Perak crisis is the harsh reality for Pakatan Rakyat if they harbor further ambition to march to Putrajaya. What lessons can be drawn from the Perak Constitutional Crisis? Let’s listen first hand to a leader who has gone through all these!
First time in Penang! Don’t miss it!

Forum Speaker: YB Dato’ Nizar Jamaluddin (Menteri Besar Perak)
Date: Dec 4, 2009 (Friday)
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: Kompleks Penyayang
Jalan Utama, Pulau Pinang
Free! All Are Welcomed.
Bahasa Malaysia and English

And yes, dear CM, I am terribly glad that you have the decency of not stepping on the banner.

Party secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, who was invited to open the convention, however decided to avoid the banner as he stepped in.

That’s why I am always proud to tell people that I am your #1 fan. Never mind that you got a lot of haters who will be too glad to tell me off. I can kautim them all. Stay the iconic Lim Guan Eng!

(to all the kepochees, the above is not so much for the CM. It is for the kepochees, DAP cybertroopers, DAP YBs and diehard, blind supporters. And no, I don’t think LGE needs to hear this, he knows….)

2 thoughts on “Dear CM, convince us

  1. Are they thinking about US Democrat/Republican style? If yes……… then run away from it….. here this two party system is so messed up people become jaded with politics….

    people want independent politician not career politician……

  2. The more I hear, the more I am convinced that most of the voice attacking PR differences are the press or interested parties (i.e., those vying for position either outsider PR or within PR). I do not believe the criticism against PR is coming from the general population who seem to understand that the differences is NOT the most important thing at the moment…

Comments are closed.