It’s only 222 Parliamentary seats. I would think that there would not be much of a problem for me to retain the seat and that would be on mosts of the incumbent MPs. Don’t turn run and tell us at audie61 that,” I didn’t say that.!!”
We feel the soul and the pulses reverberating at ground zero level and we are not “Prophets of Doom” “Rumour Mongers” but we try to inform the People’s Representative that they need to be on the toes. The classic case”Today you are a Minister Walking the Corridors of Power,Tomorrow you are just a nobody and Some might not even be Respected.”
Even in the civil service a very senior government official related this,”dahulu lif dia tahan untuk saya, panggil saya tuan selamat pagi,sekarang dia pusing dia punya badan lepas kuasa tak ada dan tak mahu tahu saya. Apa sebab..?” Ini lah dunia benar dan sedih saya.
Is he trying to tell the BN MPs something..??
Pakatan MPs are also in the same predicament. The political climate is very volatile at this present moment with blogs,twitters,facebooks all full of articles and stories to accompany any MPs that step out of line.
The cybertroopers from both sides of the political divide will do their utmosts to protect and guard their MP and will unleash the worsts of defamation/allegation/slander etc on its opponents. It will be up to the people or the constituents to make their choice of the candidate who they want to represent them in Parliament.
One should realise though that as incumbents they might be replaced,overlooked or even ‘backstabbed’ In the current political game Favouritism is the least of the parties concern. It’s MATHEMATICS that counts and the person plus the party that can deliver will swing the pendulum. One can lobby and lobby very hard and make endless pleads but when the party maintains the person can deliver its up to the operations machinery to sell their man/women to be voted in. Any incumbent or aspiring MPs must remember this GOLDEN RULE:-