Tenang “Chinese Votes” In the Bag

Campaigning for the 5766 chinese votes are at full swing. There are all sorts of methods and ways of campaigning to woo for the voters. A BN supporter said to audie61 we must be,”Innovative and yet Practical. The people will surely vote for sincerity.

It’s Chinese New Year in a weeks time and if 5766 BN supporters do their part by helping to clean up and work their ways to the hearts of the Chinese Voters many will appreciate it. Only at this by elections can this “IDEA” be appropriate.

We must get rid of the Perception that BN only throw goodies and have “mee-segera” Pakatan has their ways and they will not ‘resort” to campaigning of these sort.

Would they..??

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9 thoughts on “Tenang “Chinese Votes” In the Bag

  1. Had a good laugh.honestly do you think the BN goons will just do that for a vote. Easier ways for them .Anyway dont hope.

  2. To win a seat, BN is willing to sweep your houses, tidy your beds and clean your toilets s that you give them your vote. This is for election time only. When returned to seat, you have to do the other round. I remember some BN-YBs who greeted us at our front doors saying” Oh, brother, we know each other since school days lah….you know lah we were good friends, I know your parent lah, how are they now? Oh, brothers, if you have any problems with your kampong facilities, come see us, we, BN also willing to fix them…..keep in touch, see us any where for a cup of coffee lah….bla bla xyzde, @#$%^&***!!!(()))>>><<<@@######……"

    After election and on several occasions, these YBs pretend not seeing you though in face to face, probably they are thinking you are some "TOURISTS" arriving to " Cuti, Cuti Malaysia". I think this is very typical, and many have the same experience and worst is when the YBs are of your same race and representing your constituencies.

    Better this morning, go have a cup of coffee, chit chat with some old coffee time friends and think of what number to buy today…..MAY BE " 5766" is a good one. Go earlier in case it is sold out. Good luck

  3. Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:
    :shock: Ai yo chung! If MAGNUM tomorrow 26/1/11 come out Jackpot 6457 + 0029 !!!!!! then I will hug that 2 chua n kiss them or else they n you can start dreaming of cow flying to the moon….hehehe :lol: :roll: :oops:
    Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho roll:

  4. Malaysian women across the nation must put a stop to the nonsensical antes of the prime minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor. She has overstepped her role as the wife of Malaysia’s premier. Vote against UMNO dominated BN. Malaysian women must vote for change as both Mrs Prime Minister and UMNO’s First Lady are turning our nation into their own playground.

    PUTRAJAYA: A new unit in the Prime Minister’s Department has set tongues wagging.

    The unit known as FLOM, an acronym for First Lady of Malaysia, is a full-fledged department that looks into the operational needs of the Prime Minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor.

    Ensconed within the premises of the PM’s Office, FLOM has a six-member staff headed by special officer Siti Azizah Sheikh Abod.

    The rest of the unit comprises two personal assistants Saleha Mohd Rabani and Siti Zaiton Abdul Ghani and three assistant officers with special functions – G Vimala, Rizal Mansor and Nurul Rosemiemmy Kahsimi.

    What these personnel actually do is anyone’s guess and FLOM’s mission and vision remain a mystery. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) official website too is not helpful.

    Suffice to say that FLOM was probably involved in the highly publicised and controversial Islamic Fashion Week, the recent RM4.5 million three-day First Ladies Summit and, not to mention, the additional “official activities” and visits to New York, Europe and the Middle East.

    Curious bloggers hot on the Rosmah trail have been spewing venom at her audacity to establish her own unit within the Prime Minister’s Department.

    (FLOM shares the same stature in the PMO as that of five other units, namely private secretary, political secretary, Office of the Prime Minister’s adviser, Office of the Prime Minister’s economic adviser and Management Office of Sri Perdana.)

    “Already she’s taking away hundreds of millions of ringgit from the taxpayers’ money to channel into her Permata (early childhood education) and other project. When the PM was sick, she ignored Muhyiddin (Yassin) and stood in for PM… Now she has moved into the Prime Minister’s Office… what will she do next, ” ranted one blogger.

    Another blog posting demanded to know the operational cost of running a six-member department and who was paying for it.

    “What is she trying to do… run the country? The role of the wife of a PM is to complement him in relation to the social aspects.

    “Rosmah should play the role of mother to the people of Malaysia, instead of wasting taxpayers’ money to establish a division,” noted the posting.

    Yet another posting noted: “Rosmah fancies herself as Michelle Obama (US President Barrack Obama’s wife)… with access to the Oval office.”

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