Monday, March 21, 2011

Pakatan Should Not Be Like The Barisan

The opposition Pakatan have consistently condemned the Barisan central government of being hypocrites for failing to provide funds or attention to opposition controlled's states or constituencies.

But if what was reported in yesterday's Star newspaper is true, then it is most ironic.

The Star newspaper had reported that Jeff Ooi, chairman of  Penang Telecommunications Task Force as saying that the  Pakatan-led Penang state government would not provide free wifi services to three Barisan controlled constituencies in the state because of a lack of funds.

Worse still, he was also reported to have said that if the three constituencies in the state controlled by Barisan namely Kepala Batas, Tasek Geligor and Nibong Tebal wanted free wifi services than they should vote Pakatan.

This is precisely the same unacceptable crap the Barisan government have been dishing out to the public every time there is a complaint that the Federal Barisan-led government is ignoring the states or constituencies controlled by Pakatan.

If  Pakatan want the rakyat's continued support, they have to show to the voters that the Pakatan coalition opposition are not like the Barisan coalition government especially now that the 13th general elections are imminent, otherwise Pakatan will have a very hard time convincing the people to vote for them. 

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